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No, this does not. If he is not her Power of Attorney, he has no right to do anything with her money.
Also, if he is taking her money, he should only be using it as she directs.
He could get a reverse mortgage, but she would have to sign off on it because a default would affect her interest.
But, if your mother is not mentally competent to execute a legal document, you would have to sign it as her POA.
Legally, nothing unless your mother agreed to pay him or if you and your siblings agree. He can't just arbitrarily pick an amount or keep the full amount of her money.
I am an attorney, and I don't handle any administrative matters - I just answer questions.
I'm not trying to be evasive, I simply don't know.
The way my end works is that if you accept my question, I receive 1/2 of the value of the question - in this case, that means I'd get $14.
Anything past that is outside of my knowledge.