Tonight on “In The Mix”...Did you know about “falial” laws? These laws remain on the books in 27 states. What does it mean? It means that adult children can have their assets stolen from them through these predatory guardianships that are rampant across the country.
A recent guest on our show was sent a threatening letter from an infamous predator guardian, that ended with the open threat that she would come after her (the daughter's) assets if she continued to impede the theft of real property from her parents. The predator sighted the state's falial law as grounds for the threatened coercion and extortion.
Massive nursing home bills can top 100's of thousands of dollars. What possible services could be provided to an elderly individual that would rack up a bill like that, is unknown to us. But it doesn't stop there. Medical bills are a separate issue.
You’re most likely to be deemed legally liable for a parent’s medical bills when:
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Your parent does not qualify for Medicaid
Your parent is impoverished.
Your parent has medical bills and cannot pay for them.
You do have the ability to pay, or your parents fraudulently transferred assets to you.