Property left on private land
My mobile home was awarded to the finance company during a bankruptcy in 2002. I paid on the mobile home until recently, when I told the finance company to come and get their home. They gave me less than 8 hours to remove everything from the house.
My neighbor told me that if I placed an advertisement in the state paper saying that anything left on my property after 30 days would become mine.
Is his true? It has been two weeks and they have yet to come pick up the mobile home. If they do not come within the 30 days, does the mobile home become my property free and clear?
What steps are necessary to disolve a general power of attorney when the person who has been appointed power of attorney refuses to relinquish this power. There is evidence that the person has been abusing the power of attorney for their own personal gain. My wife’s grandmother is the person whom we are trying to help. One of her grandaughters is her power of attorney. They both reside in Arkansas.
Which Power of Attorney do I need?
I am trying to purchase a Power of Attorney form for Arkansas that would allow me to make medical and financial decisions for my mother who has Alzheimers while she is alive and she can’t make her own decisions or take care of her current finances. I live in a different state. I saw 3 different forms: Durable Power of Attorney, General Power of Attorney and HealthCare Power of Attorney for Arkansas. Would one of those do all I need (which one?)or do I need more than one? Thanks.
Power of Attorney, General vs. Medical
My Brother has General Power of Attorney over our Mother, who currently resides in an assisted living facility. I would like to assume her medical care, since my expertise is in the medical field, and I do not feel he is qualified to make good decisions, and he has not proven responsibility in this area. Is it feasible for us each to acquire two different types of POA? If I obtain Medical POA, will his General (or Durable) POA supersede the Medical POA?
Power of Attorney attempted to extract funds from family
Situation: Brother acquired general power of attorney (with wide latitude) over mother under unstable medical conditions. His inattention to her medical welfare (such as withholding medications) and questionable handling of her financial affairs (such as bank balance diminishing rapidly by several thousands in a few months time without explanation, even to the point of overdraft) is suspect. In addition, large balance bank accounts are being closed without justifications. Now he is seeking avenues to acquire money from family member such as creating promissory notes from his mother’s bank records. Family member concerned that brother’s next action might be to attempt garnishment of wages. Q: What steps should family member take to prevent this action and other potential attempts to gain funds. Hoping to avoid guardianship; main concern is current family member financial safety.