Another question - What do you think about me calling the lawyer and just asking him if I have been revoked. If I tell him that I am filing an ethics complaint against him, could he do anything about it or is it too late? This happened a couple of weeks ago.
Legally, if the lawyer knows my mother has Alzheimers, is he supposed to change anything? I thought not.
I know I won't get any answers from my brother. I guess I just feel like yelling at someone today. Sorry, I won't do that, but I will file a claim. I have the letters and I know my brother was telling her to sign. She wouldn't know what was going on.
Thank you for your info. I appreciate your help. By the way, my father was born and raised in Palmyra, NJ. Beautiful state.
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