How to evict an occupant who is a treat to themselves as well as other occupants?

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How to evict an occupant who is a treat to themselves as well as other occupants?

My grandma passed away an did not leave a will, my grandpa has a second mortgage on the homeland is still paying on it. My grandma has 4 children from a previous marriage whom are now partial owners of half the home. My mom an my kids an I all live in the home along with my uncle whom is mentally ill an over medicating himself to where he is a danger to my children an us adults. We are unable to evict him legally. I have evidence now on video of him clearly out of his mind an nodding out. We have had him removed several times by the police over the past 15 years. Is there a way to get him evicted on the grounds that he is unstable an danger to my children and us?

Asked on December 17, 2012 under Estate Planning, Texas

Answers:

Victor Waid / Law Office of Victor Waid

Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

You need to see a family law attorney or a  attorney that specializes in conservatorship proceedings regarding your uncle's eviction; also you should report this problem to Adult Protective Services to assist you with advice on how to obtain a conservatorship over your uncle to possibly have him placed in a secure board and care home, that can care for him, before he injures one of your children.  Your problem does not belong in this area of the law wilss, probate and trusts.


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