Asked by Nina Sherwood, Manchester Township, NJ • Tue Oct 5, 2010
Situation: A mature daughter (in her forties) moved in with her elderly mother to take care of her mother because her mother gradually became demetia and developed Altheimers. When the mother passed away, the daughter was the sole beneficiary and inherited her mother's retirement duplex. However, since it was age restricted, the daughter couldn't live there. Now, due to this terrible economy, the daughter is currently unemployed, may have to sell her own home, but has been told, she cannot live in her mother's duplex, even though she owns it, because she is only 53 years old. The age restriction is a minimum 55 years old . Only 2 years short of the minimum - Couldn't this retirement community make an exception to help a hardship case? Has anyone had any experience convincing an age-restricted community to make an exception? If so, how? Did you contact the Board of Trustees at this community? Ideas and suggestions appreciated here. Thank you.
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