There is a trust. It is old. Will the current power of attorney, me, trump what is written in the old trust? The old trust states his daughter as the power of attorney. I've heard a trust trumps any documents made after the trust. Thank you
Last question: In 2006, he put our condo in the trust. As the years have gone by he changed it. He made me a joint tenant. It is filed in the courts. The mortgage is in his name but it bank has copies of my husband and I as joint tenants. Will I have problems because it was first put in the trust?
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