My mother has dementia and her husband's daughter is her POA. She has taken mom's name off her own house. Where do I start and who do I contact?

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Mother has dementia and her husband had Parkinson's. He died. She's taken my mom's name off her OWN HOUSE has been taking things from the house. Has blocked her ONLY DAUGHTER from seeing her and has LIED and didn't tell anyone her dad passed away. When one of my mom's caregivers calls me and says that she has been doing shady things and that I really need to get a LAWYER FAST because she has plans on taking everything . Where do I start and who do I contact for help I NEED SERIOUS help I her stopped and I want to see my mom. I live in Nevada and Mom lives In Ca . can someone give me some advice and a good lawyer to call?

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I am so sorry that you are facing this. I hope you can get good legal help quickly as suggested above. Good luck.
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Just make sure the Elder Care Attorney is one that is certified in Elder Care. I just used one to help get the Guardianship of my wife. I live in the Las Vegas area.
A google search for certified elder care attorney should return what you are looking for in that area of law.
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Hawaii, you would need to contact an Elder Law Attorney. You can use one in Nevada if she/he is also licensed in California. The Nevada Attorney could recommend someone in California.

To find an Elder Law Attorney, go down to the blue section at the bottom of this page and click on ELDER LAW ATTORNEYS... within that section you will see a place to put a zip code. I found my Elder Law Attorney that way and she has been outstanding.
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