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Hes willing but Im a senior receiving Sec * help with rent.
I'm not allowed a person to live without considering his income. I don't want to charge him, just exchange services.

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i wonder if the government's Agency on Aging Area [1b in this state] might be able to guide her, free of charge. If they can't answer the question, they will refer you to someone that can. i absolutely understand, and you cannot jeopardize your status with Sec. 8 arrangements. One woman who had a son living with her, well, he died, and the "powers that be" made her vacate her 2-bedroom apartment, for one with 1-bedroom. [The phone number for Agency on Aging is in the phone book - look at the 'blue pages' as it would be a Federal listing, but will have the numbers for the local Agency for you. If you don't have access to a phone book, just contact the library, and they will get the number for you, as well as for the Seniors' Service Dept in your county. Both are free services. Blessings, and i'll pray it all works out well for you.
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Since she has help with her rent don't think she can afford a lawyer.
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talk with an Elder Law Attorney before you do anything - thanks and god bless
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She gets help with her rent. There r rules she has to follow. Her agreement says no one can live with her. If they do, their income comes in to play. Its fraud otherwise. To do it legally she has to contact the agency who is paying her rent.
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Life lease saying you give him a room in exchange for his car of you and the property list all he must do drive clean help you days and hr house rules how his guest must act no over night guests hey its your home you have to be at relaxed to if he drinks or dose legal Dr.uges or smokes all must be in lease what you want or don't work on cars in yard quite time then once agreed on if he brakes them you can tell him he has broke his lease and he has a choose amend his mistake or go and get another care taker you may be birds of a feather and all will go great but he may turn out to be hell on wheels and not do what you need and you will be upset just make his duty clear
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I am sure that they would require a physician's documentation stating that you require a caregiver, your medical conditions and the amount of care you need.
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When you inquire just be honest about the proposed living arrangement, we did this with our mother and our son who was her caregiver, he did partial caregiving in exchange for rent, and the state also paid him for hours worked.
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Thats your answer. Its against your agreement with the agency that helps with rent. You need to contact them and see if they will allow him there a your caregiver. Go thru the legal process or you could lose your benefit.
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