My SO has agreed to have one, at his son's behest. His son has persuaded his 86 year old father to have a neuropsychological evaluation for which the son made the arrangements. His father does not see it as anything but a loving gesture and a way to help him with writing his memoir. You should know that my SO's sons dispise me. The one who requested the exam always thinks of himself first. As his aunt says, Kirk is only in it for himself. It is clear that my SO has some memory loss (he is 86 years old). About a year ago, my SO made an agreement with this son that if he did not make progress on his goals that his son could aggressively seek a more supportive environment for his father. Given the degree to which this son dislikes me because he sees his inheritance at stake, I feel this is the first step towards removing me from his father's life. I am frightened because I don't know how the results of an exam like this can be used. Can it be used to seek a tempory guardianship? What process would be used to force a father to move out of the home he owns? Can the son use the results of this exam to gain control of his father's assets? Should I be worried? Should I hire an attorney? I really don't know what to do. Thank you for listening.