Q: Can my mom just cut me out of my parents will? she has POA over my dad. Will has not changed for 20 years.mom is abuse
My mom is sociopath gold digger. She abused my dad 50 yrs resulting in his aphasia and dementia. Can my mom change my parents will to cut my young daughter out? My mom hates women and children, she is undiagnosed sociopath. How can I protect my daughter's inheritance from my Dad's side of the family? My grandpa who made the family money would want my young daughter to have financial security and college fund. My mom is careless, reckless, wants to hurt me and my child. She has POA over my Dad whom she let stroke for 2 days no ambulance, my mom is evil sociopath undiagnosed NPD sociopath. Will has had me my descendant in it while my Dad was coherent. Can my mom simply just cut my daughter and me out? How can I protect my young daughter to make sure that she inherits from my grandpa on my Dad's side? My mom has blown through it on my brother and herself for frivolous things, I want my daughter to have college fund and own property and have financial security the way my Dad wanted that
A: A person can always change their own will as long as they are of sound mind. Assuming your parents have separate wills and your father has dementia, his will likely can not be changed unless he does it himself while he is lucid.
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