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Mom has Alzheimers, found out that her POA is not valid.

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Mom has Alzheimer's, found out that her POA is not valid. Can we, legally, enact a new POA considering hr state. She has never been considered incompetent, short term memory loss. Please advise.
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Estate Law
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Mom has Alzheimer's, found out that her POA is not valid. Can we, legally, enact a new POA considering hr state. She has never been considered incompetent, short term memory loss. Please advise.



Response: No, you cannot. Your mother MUST sign any newly created POA and if she is not in a position to sign it, then the POA cannot be enacted.

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