From the Associated Press
Peter Kantorowski wanted his 98-year-old mother Mary to move into a nursing home or live with him. She wouldn't go; she didn't want to leave her home of nearly 60 years. Finally, Kantorowski went to court and served his mother with an eviction notice shortly before her 98th birthday in December.
He became the owner of the Fairfield, CT home several years ago when his mother transferred ownership to him but retained the right to live there. He's concerned about her well-being, that she's seemed disoriented and has been living in poor condition.
Mary's says she can take of herself, still does some of her own cooking and is seen regularly in her home by doctors and nurses.
The younger son, Jack says his mother is in relatively good health. He's on his mother's side of the family feud.
Peter in the meantime, who lives about 20 minutes away, hasn't seen his mother for eight months.
Peter filed a complaint against his mother in December after she refused to follow an eviction notice filed Nov. 30 to vacate the premises by Dec. 7.
Asked where she might live next, Mary Kantorowski's says:
"I don't feel very good about it," she says. "I want to stay right here in my own home."