Hard to Get Good Help

The bottom line is that I cannot afford a conservatorship, and furthermore, I do not need a conservatorship. Much false evidence was presented at the trial.

They will sell my last rental, and I need the rental money to supplement my small Social Security.

They turned my residence into a rental when my granddaughter took me up to Paso Robles to visit with her family. The conservators changed the locks on my residence and rented it to a lady, giving her a year’s lease, so when I returned to Santa Barbara, I had to find another place to live. I did have another rental, but they evidently received permission to sell it at a court hearing for which I received no notice. I guess the money from its sale is about to run out. That’s why they want to sell my last rental, which will leave me with only my small Social Security.

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