Legal Help mentally ill young adult daughter
I don't know if this is the right forum for this question but I have a young adult daughter and a three-year-old grandson. My daughter has a mood disorder and has become increasingly demanding I have me regarding money. She has full health coverage but refuses to go to get any medication mhelp.
When My grandson was born I promised myself and the universe he would not be homeless. So I pay my daughters rent. I agreed to do this for two years and is now going on the third year. When my daughter started to only be able to hold down entry-level jobs I became concerned about my grandson's welfare. Now she is unable to even hold down entry level jobs. Now I am getting ready to retire and only want to help my financially for another two years. I have tried to make a transition plan with her to no avail. She has completed high school and certifications to become a medical assistant and certifications to become a and phlebotomist. I paid for this when she was still only 19. She has no interest in doing either of these jobs
It has become increasingly difficult for me to interact with my daughter, I am not really allowed to see my grandson without her demanding money or just refusing to let me see him. The amounts have gotten really outrageous I do want to continue to support her with regards to her apartment my question is, is there a person whose job it is to help you pay a bill for somebody who is so unstable they can't interact with you? Also since my daughter is adopted and clearly disabled mentally do I have any legal obligation to take care of her when she is threatening me and so unstable. Thank you so much