I was invited to live with my daughter, but now she has changed her mind and wants to me leave. - AgingCare.com

I was invited to live with my daughter, but now she has changed her mind and wants to me leave.

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I am 86, and in good health and not in need of caregiver. My daughter invited me to live with her after I defaulted on a condo that could not be sold. A year later she wants to me move. Affordable apartments in So CA are in short supply and waiting times exceed four to six months. This does not seem to make her understand that I have no where to go if I cannot find suitable housing that I can afford. She wants me out because of personal reasons. Can she legally force me out?

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Are there any senior centers in your area? Perhaps there is another senior there who is looking for a room-mate that could help with expenses, etc.
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Are there any senior centers in your area? Perhaps there is another senior there who is looking for a room-mate and needs help with expenses, etc.
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I'm so sorry to hear of your situation with your daughter. I found this additional information online: But you might also want to talk to social worker and see if what options are available.

Housing Resources for Seniors: California


There are many resources to help seniors with housing needs, including programs to make it easier for you to stay in your home.


Housing counseling agencies - counseling on buying, renting, defaults, foreclosures, credit issues and reverse mortgages
Legal assistance
Subsidized apartment search - select "Elderly" in box 2

Other California Resources

AARP in California
California Elder Law-information and attorney locator
Congress of California Seniors - Including Housing Information

hud.gov/states/california/homeownership/seniors
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