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and has spent all her money. He has written up a new will, transferred her properties to him and his wife and has not allowed family to visit her without his being present the entire time.

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Yes you can. Get an elder law attorney toot sweet!. Even if it has to be a court appointed guardian. What He has done is theft, pure and simple. Don't stand by and let him get away with it.
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