A 98-year-old woman in Fairfield, Ct., is being evicted by her son from the home she's lived in since 1953. Peter Kantorowski, 71, took ownership of his mother Mary's home after it was put into a trust he managed. Eviction papers were served on her 98th birthday. "This is just a despicable situation," said Richard Bortolot Jr., her attorney. "Mary has been living here happily paying all the expenses for the house and now her son, Peter, comes along and is telling her, 'Get the hell out,' so he can sell it.
Post by Nicole Fabian-Weber How's this for a 98th birthday present: An eviction letter. From your son. Peter Kantorowski, 71, recently served his mother, Mary, with eviction papers because he wants to sell the house she's living in,... Read Post
Blood may be thicker than water, but it's not thicker than property ownership: A 98-year-old woman in Fairfield, Connecticut is being evicted from her home by her son. The lawyer assigned by a court to represent Mary Kantorowski sai... Read Post
Peter Kantorowski wants his mom, Mary, in a nursing home or to live with him. She wants to stay in the house she’s lived in for 60 years. So, he served her with an eviction notice. Peter Kantorowski, 71, became the owner of the Fair... Read Post