power of attorney can the medical POA remove the financial POA from a will…

power of attorney
can the medical POA remove the financial POA from a will without informing her? My aunt’s life was taken over by her ”caretaker ”who had medical POA. She had dementia when she died last month .No family or friends have been allowed access to her for quite some time. Before this she told me several times that she was being mistreated and I witnessed this. However when I tried to help she would not tell authorities because of her fear of this woman. After her death the Financial POA called lawer to begin execution of the will and was informed that she had been removed. This is not the first POA that she removed. I feel that this ”caretaker” preys on the elderly, vulnerable and disabled. Again, no one was allowed to speak to my Aunt. Thank you

Indemnification My 15 year old son is coordinating the rental of a limo for prom.

Indemnification
My 15 year old son is coordinating the rental of a limo for prom. There will be about 30 other 15-16 year olds involved. I was planning on paying for the limo after I am reimbursed from the 30 other students. What form would I use to ensure the other parents can’t pursue a lawsuit against me in case there is an accident and/or other event that could cause injury to one or several of the participants?

hold harmless agreement I am an artist who has a commission for a public art…

hold harmless agreement
I am an artist who has a commission for a public art project.
I am preparing to sign a contract with my client on Thursday
Oct.14th. The sculpture I am creating will be suspended in a lobby.
If the piece should ever fall apart and injure someone can my
client come after me? If so can where can I find a form called Hold
Harmless agreement to put in the contract. If they will not sign
such an agreement what should I do to protect myself?

thank you.

D&O insurance for LLC member managers Our LLC Operating Agreement provides…

D&O insurance for LLC member managers
Our LLC Operating Agreement provides indemnification for the chairman and management committee members however they feel that if something should happen that one or more of them should face a law suit therefore needing a legal defense and perhaps ultimately a settlement being made that Directors and Officers insurance is necessary to protect them and the assets of the LLC. My question is this a wise decision or do the Colorado limited liability laws afford the necessary protections?