Q: What can be done for siblings who presented a falsified p.o.a to court, bank and social security both parents have passe
Both parents have passed but the poa was submitted to gain access to bank, social security and life insurance plus submitted to court. I want to know as the oldest child and now executor what I can do to have them accountable for their actions?
If you have evidence that your siblings have submitted a falsified Power of Attorney (POA) to gain access to your parents' assets, you may want to consult with an attorney who specializes in estate law to discuss your legal options.
One potential course of action may be to challenge the validity of the POA in court, arguing that it was obtained through fraudulent means. This could result in the POA being declared invalid, and your siblings losing access to your parents' assets.
In addition, you may want to report the fraud to the relevant authorities, such as the bank, Social Security Administration, and law enforcement, to ensure that your siblings are held accountable for their actions.
It is important to act quickly in situations like these, as time may be a critical factor in being able to recover any assets that may have been improperly obtained. An attorney can advise you on the best course of action based on the specific circumstances of your case.
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