My question involves restraining orders in the State of: Pennsylvania
A couple of years ago, my nephew helped move me from my apartment in Ohio to my mother's home in Pennsylvania. My mother entered the beginning stages of Alzheimer's and needed me to care for her. During the move, my nephew stole my Beatle record collection, 150 CD's, DVD's, jewelry, clothing, bedding and several other items from me. My nephew finally admitted doing so but has made no effort to make things right. In addition, he continuously comes to my mother (his grandmother) asking for money which she gladly gives him despite the fact that she is on a fixed income and desperately in debt. I have told him to stay away from me and my mother but he continues to take advantage of her. My question is: Since I am her power-of-attorney, can I get a restraining order against him so that he stays away from me and my mother? And, if so, how would I go about doing this?