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Old 07-10-2013, 03:08 PM
 
Location: Southwest Washington State
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Originally Posted by baileyvpotter View Post
Question, why would any attorney or the court system honor a POA that was changed when the parent had one
previously but changed it when they had dementia?
Not sure what you are asking. Does the grandfather have dementia?

The first action done by the daughter was done when she was designated POA. The old gentleman can revoke the POA any time. Apparently he did. So, now the daughter owns the house, but no longer can manage his other assets. It is vague to me whether the turn down was from the bank or the daughter though.
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