power of attorney
My mother is in a rest home and my sister has power of attorney of her. Me and my brother think that she may be stealing from my mothers estate. As heirs to my mothers estate do we have the right to see the transactions that my sister is conducting and if so how do we accomplish this. SAM
care of my parents
I have taken total care of my dad since mom passed away March 15, 2008, He is blind, end stage renal disease, dialysis 3 times a week, and has many other health problems. I moved in his house to care for him since my brother and sister will have nothing to do for him. He titled over the mobile home to me back in May stating that this was something he and mom wanted to do. He has left them things as well-My sister got the car, my brother gets some antiques, His will (made back in 1987) states that any money left will be divided between the 3 of us kids. Since they haven’t helped care for him or even been by to see him since mom passes away, is there a charge I an charge his estate when he passes for my time of caring for him and the personal money spent for him. My dad is now 85 and I am 55 and am disabled myself.
Power of attorney among siblings
I have a mother that suffers from Vascular Dementia and five brothers that say I have no say on what they will or can do with my mom’s estate or medical care. What can I do?
My mother had appointed her brother as power of attorney after seperating from my father. She is now in a psychiatric home after being commitedby her brother. He is refusing to let me see her.Do I have any rights?
About Powr of Attorney
My wife died out of cancer; brain cancer. At the last month of her life, her sister came to visit and encourage her to go to court with her and give her power of attorney. With this letter, she not only cashed both of her bank checking accounts, but also charge her credit card. Now I have been referred as her husband to collection agency for about 11,000.00 US dollar that she charged to my wife’s credit card.Part of it after her death. Total amount she cashed out of checking accounts was about $12,000.00 She also transfered part of ownership of a house, $50,000.00 worth of stocks, and some jeweleries to herself. Is this correct. She took her to court when I was at work and without my consent. I doubt she knew what she was doing. Out of our many years of marriage, we never had a fight, never had any legal authority question us, and never needed a counseler. Is this how legal system of this country treat husband of a woman. If not, what right do I have to procted myself and have her sister pay the bill. It is now over 10 months that the collection agency calls me. The more I tell the story to the credit card company and the collection agency, the less they listen to me.What am I supposed to do? Thank you.