Q: Hi, when opening probate and signing POA over to probate attorney in Nevada do I need to revoke it?
I have an order to set aside estate without administration $100,000 and I never put the property in my name or bank account. Do I need to cancel the Power of Attorney? Then send Demand letter to bank? Or to probate lawyer after I revoke?
Also, There was deed assignment to Us Bank as Trustee for Wells Fargo after the set aside was ordered and I could not be found so probate attorney filed motion to dismiss as council. Will it be fraud if I transfer property after foreclosure? The order was recorded with no APN #. With whom do i need to send a demand letter to? My lawyer that handled the estate in which I gave poa to just in case I went missing? in which case I did. There was two orders recorded. Both being set aside estate without admin, both with no APN. #1 from the estate to me. #2 from myself to myself. I called my lawyer and she recommended "Self Help" Thank you
A: I assume you signed a 'limited' power of attorney to enable the attorney to file the Set Aside. A Certified Court Order will allow you to transfer the bank accounts etc into your name so you should provide that to the Bank. If by 'property' you mean real estate, that you will need to also record a Certified Order to change the property into your name. Once you've done that, you could send the Attorney a notice that you have revoked the POA.
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