My father's health is failing and we are not allowed to see or talk to him. Are there any legal means to get us visitation rights? - AgingCare.com

My father's health is failing and we are not allowed to see or talk to him. Are there any legal means to get us visitation rights?

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I am one of seven siblings. My Mother and brother reside at the family house. Are there any legal means to get us visitation rights.
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Sorry for the loss of your father and the difficult circumstances.
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I'm so sorry, and I hope you got to see him.
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Thank you for the replies. My Father passed March 23. He was a wonderful loving man. Heaven gained another angel.
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Check out the website Kasemcares.org They also have a Facebook page.

This organization has worked to pass laws in several states - with legislation pending in many others - concerning this issue and other elder rights.

They have a phone number you can call or you can contact via email for help and information.

I am not affiliated with this group in any way - just impressed with the work they do.
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Wow. Was their any reason given? Are their details you aren't sharing? Did a battle between you ensue at some point? Does your father WANT to see you? I would absolutely contact an attorney!
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Adult protective services might be able to negotiate some. Worth a call!
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Have you sought legal advice from an attorney?
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CWhasfaith, sorry your question hadn't been answered. I am moving your question back to the front page.
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