He has given her power of attorney, gave her all of his bank accounts to her , and changed his Will by removing his daughter as executer and his son as co-executer. Replacing them with his girlfriend and her daughter. Now he has stopped calling and she refuses to give him any messages when we... Read more »
answered on Nov 2, 2022
You have the right to step in and be concerned. The problem with Powers of Attorney is that they are easily drawn and signed, by the weak and feeble. A much more stable, unalterable instrument to have when your loved ones need help, is a Guardianship / Conservatorship. Nobody is able to get a... Read more »
that my father gave his live in girlfriend ?
answered on Nov 24, 2022
It will instantly VOID the Power of Attorney he gave the GF!
What can I do?
answered on Oct 18, 2020
Has a sister to one of the future devisees, you have the right to demand a copy of the checking account (or anything else) and if she does not comply, you simply file a petition for removal.
I was only recently appointed by the court, so the cc has gone to collections with a balance of $10k+. I have notified the sheriffs dept. I am closing out her final bills, but don't know how to proceed with this one as he continued to charge against the card after her death and they... Read more »
answered on Jul 6, 2020
Your brother has committed a crime "abuse of the elderly" and because you are the Administrator of the estate, you must act like a cop to catch "over-reaching," "fraud or outright theft" of "estate" property. When your mother died, another legal... Read more »
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