Thank you, friend,Can she without him get access to that box. Let's say she somehow gets power of attorney from him. What rights do I have?
In the end, both you and him have access to the box. She cannot force
him to do anything unless he wants to. So if he refuses, then she cannot do this. Now, she can ask him for a Power of Attorney
. A power of attorney would allow her to act on his behalf, but he'd have to grant
that power of attorney to her.
Secondly, if he loses consciousness, she can request "guardianship
" from the court, which would allow her to act on his behalf for financial and other matters, consequently allowing her access to the box. However, you may contest both her appointment and nominate yourself, and/or simply contest her access to the box.
However, if he grants her a power of attorney, then you cannot stop her for she is acting on her behalf. Of course, you may always go yourself, first, and take whatever is of issue from the box.IMPORTANT INFO
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