Q: If a POA has not been in contact with the person that named them over the whole year since they became it can it be rev
My father's sister is his POA she has not been in contact with him for the past year since you became his POA she has changed his life insurance policy to add her to have 10% of it and the two children she had taken or grandchildren have 45% of it a piece and not the others which is what he wanted what's for them all to have some money she hasnt handled any of his affairs she has threatened to call the law on him and many more things can it be revoke from her my father now also has been declared mentally incompetent don't know how long for because he had some seizures woke up with some memory loss but he can still talk rationally to you can this be revoke from her without going to court to get conservatorship she has not acted on his behalf at all no Good intentions at all please help me this is in the state of Tennessee
A: The Principal of an executed Power of Attorney can revoke it at any time. He can issue a Revocation Document, which can be recorded at the Register of Deeds or it can be given to any important asset administrators such as a Bank or Insurance Company. He can always change the Insurance Designation of Beneficiaries himself. And you can hire an attorney to Petition for Conservatorship.
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