My daughter suffered a traumatic brain injury in a car accident when she was 9 years old. Her recovery was going well until the seizures started about half way through high school.
She began associating with people who are untrustworthy to say the least, and has been going downhill ever since. We had to move her into her own apartment because she was stealing our vehicles & valuables. She had a roommate for the first three years and did OK. He was a bad influence, but she is a liar & thief, so they got along.
He moved out and her next roommate ended up in jail, so now my daughter is living by herself.
Again, she did OK for a while but has recently started letting homeless heroin addicts move in. She says it's because she's lonely, but I go over there every day to check on her and she never wants to go out to lunch or shopping.
My wife and I are her legal guardians and we are on the lease instead of her because she can't be bound by a contract.
Can we insist that people leave the apartment even if my daughter wants them to stay? She says they are her "friends", but they show up with nothing and when they leave, she has less of everything. (They use a lot of laundry soap.)