But what's with the guardianship threat to the son? I'm lost on that. The son is the main person cleaning things up, despite his own struggles.That part does concern me a bit. Attorneys are no different than any other human beings. However, what you seem to be glossing over is the fact that it appears that the mother returning to the home does depend on it being thoroughly cleaned up. Therefore the lawyer could be looking out for mom.
Shouldn't the criteria with the condition of the house be up to an official agency like Adult Protective Services, or code enforcement (even though I saw nothing that would have violated any codes that I know of, - if I wanted to let my own house get messy, isn't that my prerogative as well?), not this lawyer with this cleaning crew he insists sorts through their home while they "leave"? If somebody suggested somebody come in my house and do that, and trying to use threats against me to facilitate such, I be suing them like crazy.
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