granny snatching
 n.— «As Americans live longer and become more mobile, guardianship struggles that entangle old folks in multiple state jurisdictions are becoming more common. There’s even a term coined to describe unseemly tussles: “granny snatching.”» —“Guardianship case lets loose calls for reform” by John MacCormack Express-News (San Antonio, Texas) Mar. 14, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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