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My Grandma/Grandpa have a house and 10 acre's. My Uncle was going to buy my Grandpa a truck if you would sign over his land/house, Grandpa said NO way. Now my poor grandpa has passed and my Grandma moved in my Uncle's house, she gets a check per Month not sure how much, My Uncle had my Grandma sign over land/house at the age of 93. There are a total of 3 Siblings involved, in the Will it is suppose to be divided by the 3 siblings. Uncle thinks because Grandma lives in his house he should get ALL ! :( He does use Grandma's money and Uncle still works full-time. He hires a cheap caregiver to come in take care of her and clean his house while he is at work. He does use Grandma's money for that also. He writes checks out to cash. Pays caregiver cash under table. I feel Uncle is stealing. Does a Will over-ride on what Uncle has done here ? Uncle is the Power of Att. over Grandma. I feel like this elderly exploitation abuse ? what are your thoughts ?

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Sunnydays12, it is really pretty confusing to have the same topic discussed in multiple posts. It would be better to stick with the first post and put additional information in a response.
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Which Will? IF Grandpa left the house to Grandma, she can do whatever she wants with it. Before you fight this, are YOU going to take care of Grandma? IF Grandpa was in a nursing home on Medicaid, the issue is further complicated. Go see an attorney and bring Grandpa's Will (not grandma's) with you. You can get a copy at county hall.
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As for the Will, it doesn't take effect until after you die. Grandma can't leave property she doesn't own anymore, so any bequests to the rest of the family are just words on paper.
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I too thought we addressed those questions on possible abuse on your first thread. Are there some new issues to consider?
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