On April 22, my parent's new elder care lawyer sought to stop my investigation into their care under my sister who had moved into their home and refurbished it, revoking my POA status and declaring in a letter that my parents were satisfied with the care my sister was providing.
In May, a nurse that visited my parents, appointed by the lawyer, observed unusual behavior between my sister an my parents, that looked like verbal abuse. My parents subsequently shared more concerns directly with the lawyer how both my sister and her husband (who were living rent-free with my parents) were asking for more money.
At some point a social worker was contacted and investigated the situation. A report was submitted. The results of which were an ultimatum given to my sister and family to leave my parent's house by June 12.
I was not privy to any details. After my sister left, my father told me what had been happening and what had transgressed on June 12. My father said he has memories problems and cannot give all the details. He suggested that I speak directly with the lawyer handling things (The one that revoked me as POA).
June 16, I contacted the lawyer to set a time to chat, stating that I had no current legal representation
June 17, the lawyer wrote back that state law prohibits a lawyer to speak to someone that currently has legal representation. She contacted my previous attorney, who communicated to me. In his note to me, he shared that my parent's lawyer didn't know what my father wanted her to talk to me about, so she didn't go into any specifics. In regards to the suspicions of Elder abuse, it was presented in this correspondence as "Things didn't work out with your sister, so she and her family moved out of your parents’ house on June 12." This seemed to totally gloss over the actual events and incriminating details.
I am wondering if my parents lawyer is being deliberately vague for fear of being accused of acting irresponsibly? Also how she is giving me the runaround when I ask to talk directly with her.