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My mother lives with my estranged sister. I am allowed to visit my mother outside on days/times granted by my sister. My sister is her POA and executor. My sister negatively influences my mother and has turned her against other family members, and I have seen her yell at my mother and swear in front of her. Is there anything I can do?
I am POA for my cousin. He never married and has no children. He has no will. My brother and me are the only heirs. My cousin is in memory care, and I have been paying the monthly bills there out of his account because he had too much money to qualify for any assistance. I am in the process of cleaning out and selling his house. Is there any “gifting” allowed, or do all of the proceeds have to go into his account for memory care?
My parents are on Medicaid now. They have a car and are in a nursing home. The vehicle is in my father’s name. Can we trade it in for a bigger car, keeping it under his name? They need something bigger for transporting.
I have a durable POA and am my mother’s health care surrogate. My mother’s medical condition has worsened, and I had to move her in with me. I have an abusive brother who is asking to see her, but I don’t think this is in anyone’s best interest, since my mother doesn’t recognize anyone anymore. Am I legally obligated to allow my brother to visit her?
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