I own a home that is 98 years old, which means things are not perfectly made. I am trying to put a new door in the bathroom. I noticed the door frame is off a bit, causing the new door not to fit properly. The door frame is a quarter inch higher on the handle side than on the hinge side. When the door closes, the bottom half of the door, up to about the handle is perfectly flush to the frame. But, from the handle up, the door starts to slant away from the frame, allowing a gap. Also the top of the door has a slanting gap as well, from the hinge side being pretty good, to a big gap on the handle side. Since I know the frame is off, causing these issues, what can I do to adjust the door. I tried adding a skinny shim underneath the bottom hinge, hoping that would push the top right of the door over more, but it did not really help. Should I try cutting a door an angle to match the frame being off? Any Ideas are appreciated. Pics below. The 1st pic shows how the door is flush to the frame at the bottom. 2nd pic you can see the gap starting, and then the 3rd pic the full gap to the top of the door. 4th pic if the gap on the top of the door.