Q: How to Revoking POA and guardianship for my elderly parent, with complications due to doctors letter?
My sister has POA over my mother granted in 2013. Also was appointed guardianship to her in 2017.
There are some limitations but it stills stands that she is guardian. My mother tried to revoke my sisters given POA. Her request and document revoking the POA dated 1/2/2019 was returned and not honored, resulting in it being invalid. Due to the fact that the court has a letter from my mothers doctors saying her cognitive comprehension is very diminished. Resulting in the revocation of POA is not being respected and not upheld to be valid. Long story short my mother doesn't want my sister to have POA and no guardianship over her.
Because, my sister is misusing her money, spending it unnecessary, and leaving her unaware of what and where her money is or going.
She is also making bad financial decisions and blaming them on my mother. Not respecting her wishes and over controlling all and every situations. My mother doesn't agree with what and how my sister is handling her estate.
A: Make an appointment with an attorney in your area. Bring every scrap of paper (really, EVERY scrap of paper) you have dealing with this situation to the first appointment so he or she can get a full picture of the situation. If you have proof your sister is making bad financial decisions, bring it too.
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