My question involves an eviction in the state of: San Antonio, Texas
Living situation: Bedridden grandmother and property owner with three adult sons. One son is quite disabled, one is slightly disabled and the other is a disruptive and verbally abusive meth addict. None pay rent. The former two pay their way with 24 hour caregiving, grocery shopping, cooking, chores etc. The latter one does not contribute at all. I realize that's a civil matter, but it paints a picture. How do we get this guy out of the house?
Also, the Power of Attorney for my grandmother's business affairs (but not medical) is another one of her sons and is quite responsible. He resides in Oklahoma, though. Does he have the right to evict even if my grandmother's cognitive function is mostly intact? An aside: my grandmother has expressed her wishes to evict said son but doesn't want to be involved with the process. She cannot make a trip down to a government office to see this through, even if she wanted to, due to her medical state.
Thanks in advance.