good morning. my mother is 90 years old ...

Asked by berni2020 on 28-10-2020 11:19:20
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 300.00

good morning. my mother is 90 years old and we are 13 children. she is currently living in her house with and one of my brothers is living with her but he had a stroke a couple of yeasrs back and is getting a disability grant from the government. I do not live with her but administer her state pension by paying her accounts and i also see to her medical needs. we have a lady who take care of her during the day, which I and 3 other of my sibling pay. I provide all her food, cleaning prodoct and personal care products and the majority of adhoc thing that she requires out of my pocket. the rest of my sibling now want her to give the house to one of my brother. my problem is that everyone is now taking her to change her will. she has been hospitalized from the 18 sept 2020 and was released on the 21 septe 2020 and on the release letter which I got in my possession it mentions that she suffers from dementia. this is a very stressful situation because during the day my brothers go to her house and harrass her about wanting the house for themselves and moving in. I just would like to know how I can take control about this situation

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 29-10-2020 20:39:03

Hi there,

I see that you haven't made a payment for the question, but I'm going to assist you a little. If you want to ask a follow-up question, please make the required payment.

You need to apply to have a curator appointed to her to manage her affairs properly, especially if she suffers from dementia!

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