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my father gave my half sister 'his step daughter ' poa after our mother passed 3 years ago .and he him self ended up in the hospital 5 months later and is still alive , in light of recent events of my father finding out that my sisters are blaming me of my mothers passing and of her using me as a 'quote'stepping stone to take his house out of his name and put it in my name then immediately transferred into her name. I wasnt given time to read what i was signing or even let my own lawyer read it. she said i would be ok .

6 months later she is trying to evict me from mine and my fathers home and sell it for her personal gain ..

what are my options as she forged my signature on a lease and is giving me 30 days to vacate my home with out going to court .

also my father wants to change his will so it all goes to me and his only grandson 'my son' because of the pain there putting me through on a daily basis and trying to keep me from my father .

my sister is doing all she can to keep me from him and also him changing his will .

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So you are alleging fraud and forgery. These are both criminal offences. Have you thought about going to the police?
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ok i live in my parents home with my wife . i was by my parents i can live there as long as i wish with out issue from my sisters .

mother passed . 6 months later father ended up in the hospital . between mother passing and father ended up in the hospital "who is still in extended care "gave my sister power of attorney . to take care of my fathers medical and his estate . apon his passing it was all to be sold and split 4 ways . i was ok with that . my older 2 sisters on the other hand have a plan on there own . my oldest sister told me we had to take the house out of his name to keep the state from taking the house . im not sure or know how they could .but none the less the house was transferd in to my name as i signed some paper work i didnt know that it was transferd out of my name and to hers . this was 6 months ago . she also wrote up a lease that i did not know about and signed my name to it giving her the ability to evict me from what i know as my home so she can sell it and pocket the money as its no longer part of my fathers estate nor the things in or on the property
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give me 5 minutes to re-write what is going on and im the younger brother lol . i should have clarified . sorry i have so much on my mind and getting thoughts in one spot is not easy at the moment
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Okay.

Either you are the brother of three older half-sisters, or you are their sister but you have already produced one child of a failed same-sex relationship and are now in a same-sex marriage which also is about to be blessed with a child.

I am equally comfortable with same-sex or heterosexual relationships: the problem is that your account is extremely confusing and I am merely seeking clarity.

So what was the lease for, the lease on which you say your sister forged your signature?

The point about whether or not you are recognised as wholly dependent on your family is also an important one. If you are, then the family may have an obligation to provide you with independent representation. So, yes or no?
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no my son lives with his mother . but my pregnant wife does live with me .

no she has not and nor does she care .

yeah i was told other wise about legal council as i was told one wasn't needed "what i get for trusting family "

and no i cant afford a lawyer . i have a friend of the family who will look over documents for me from time to time but that is it
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Has your sister now arranged somewhere else for you to live?

And what about your child? - how old, living with you, how are you coping?

You are entitled to have your own advocate when legal and financial issues are being discussed. Do you have one?
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im the youngest of 4 sisters by the way . and only child of my mother and father . 3 from moms previous marriage . and my father gave my oldest because i havent the slightest clue what to do . and they have taken advantage of that issue .
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i was told by my sister it was the only way i could keep and live in my parents/childhood home as he has medicare and for him to e in extended care he could only have his car and personal things .

so she said i had to sign some paper work to transfer it to me . and then to her as poa ..

take in to consideration im not very bright when it comes to things like this .

and the lease was/is a way my sister can kick med out of my parents'now her house' and sell the property with out my father or me to my knowledge being ale to stop her .

my sisters do not like me and blame me for me mothers passing which is completely untrue the hospital messed up on a procedure that is what killed her . my father knows this but my sisters have never cared for me and i was the goldenchild and they hated that so to speak
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Your father and mother owned a house. Where you continue to live? - while your father has been in full-time residential care for more than two and a half years.

Your mother passed away three years ago. At that point your father gave Power of Attorney to your half-sister - your mother's biological daughter but not your father's blood relative? Older than you? - presumably because, given his admission to hospital and continuing care only a few months later, he knew he was ill and needed to ensure that his affairs were in safe hands.

You continued to live in the family home. Your half-sister continued to manage your father's care and finances.

All okay so far?

Six months ago, your sister asked you to give your signed consent to some sort of transfer of property. You gave this consent without having any idea of what you were signing.

Why did you do that?

You say that your sister forged your signature on a lease. Is this lease perhaps related to a new home for you?

The impression I have overall is that in giving your sister POA your father was concerned not only about his own wellbeing but yours too. Are you entirely dependent on your family's financial support?
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he has been in the hospital since 2015 in extended care . he is very competent . she has had me removed from the hospital several times and told the staff im not allowed to see him and she is poa she has the authority to do so .

luckily for me i know several people in high places to be ale to see him .

she is also trying to make him out to seem incompetent so she can keep the will as it is so she and my 2 other sisters can keep it all short of the little share i would get .

my father has told me to mine and my wifes face he wants to change the will so that they get nothing for what there doing to me .
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Andrew, sorry, but I'm really confused.

Where does your father currently reside?
Is your father mentally competent enough to change his poa and Will?
How is your stepsister preventing you from seeing your dad?
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