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Determination of living expenses has been directed by a geriatric care planner- so I am confident that the amount is fair and reasonable.

The requested primary caregiver compensation to allow for random respite was determined by the Medicaid precedent of $300 per month.

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Guardianship would be the answer in my book, too. Trustees cannot ignore a court order.
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What type of claim? Attorneys keep saying guardianship is the answer but the idea filing a claim seems more direct.
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You take that to a lawyer and file a claim against them. The planner simply makes a recommendation, it is up to the courts to enforce it.
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