Couple Says Son Swindled Them Out of Home

The Hautalas are now in deep debt after signing over the deed to their home.
2:03 | 02/09/12

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I have the best drama in the world that. I really do. Josephine had talent or jelly she likes to be called enjoys looking back at old -- photos we have good. Good life does that perfect -- she and her husband Elmer have been married 68 years 83 children. I don't get this season some of them I haven't seen some of them for a. Two or three years. That's heartbreaking. A half years ago -- Elmer had a falling out their youngest son. The fight was over these house we built this -- It began when the couple invited their son to live with them and take care of them. Court documents show he got them to sign over the -- so he could borrow against it after which he started charging them rent. -- -- Elmer claimed he moved them to the cottage in the back and then tried to force them out. Nine years after their son moved in the couple says they'd given him 100000. Dollars. Now rely on their grandson for help. It just kills me to see. For whatever the more the reason is -- -- money or just. You know strained relationships to be able to put them for what he has done in the last years -- life. -- -- reprehensible to me. Out. We tried knocking at their former home today but their son was not they are we learned he is now living in the cottage in the back while -- out the main house to another family. Now deep in debt and and -- assisted living facility -- and Elmer have filed a court petition asking a judge to either return home to them. -- grant and the value of the home. I don't want to go back because it's. Not let it wise. Joseph says she misses her old house the water the birds flying overhead and the way things used to be for now she has pictures to remind her. I have opened. We have to have hope.

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