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I am sorry to hear of your dilemma. I realize how frustrating this is for you, but I believe I have information which you will find helpful.
For your brother to appropriate any of your mother's assets for his own would be a blatant violation of the fiduciary duties he owes under the power of attorney. In fact, not only is it a violation of the POA, it is also something for which he could be criminally prosecuted.
I he followed through with this, you could file a petition with the probate
court to be remove your brother as the attorney in fact. Additionally, the court could remove him as the attorney in fact and force him to pay back the misappropriated assers along with other damages.
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