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It is the state that would do it, and not all state laws are created equal. Here is an article that should answer many of your questions, or at least give you a starting base for research:


I get the part about going after children when fraud is involved. But I'm stunned that they can if no wrong doing is proved. And in your case of the parent making foolish decisions and then you having filial responsibility for them in spite of your efforts to prevent your father from making those decisions, certainly smack of unfairness.

I most certainly see the need to protect you and your family, especially now that you are nearing retirement.

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