While family conflicts over relatives with diminished capacity are nothing new, in our increasingly mobile society it has become more common for family members engaged in such disputes to move relatives with diminished capacity across state lines. This often is referred to as "granny snatching."
N.J. Enacts Law to Prevent 'Granny Snatching'
New Jersey Law Journal
December 7, 2012
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