Do I have a legal solution to my sisters in law who refuse to allow their mother to live with them, while I am stuck with her after my husband died?
1 Answer from Attorneys
No. Children have no legal duty to support their parents at any time.
Your remedy is to put your mother out on the street, and I assume that you aren't planning to do this.
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