Elderly Arizona Woman Makes Strikes toward Getting Her House Back
The 78-year-old woman moved into the assisted living home last October, after a bad fall.
One month later, Pauline Balseiro gave away her north Phoenix house to the owner of that assisted living home. Within two months, police say the owner, Maria Barbu, forged two $2,500 checks from the older woman’s accounts, payable to her business.
But first, she wants the elderly woman to pay her for work she had done after taking over the house.
“It would be unjust …,” Barbu’s attorney wrote in court documents, “to allow (Pauline) to obtain the premises without payment for the renovations that (the Barbus) paid for with their personal funds.”
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