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Does he have the right to make any changes since according to this document That decision is mine.
Unfortunately the answer is yes. A guardianship trumps a POA because the guardian is in complete control over the ward's life and any authority that they could have exerted on their own. And that includes the right to revoke a POA if the guardian chooses to.
So as the guardian, he can just send you a written notarized revocation of your authority as POA and then that is effective to end your power to make any decisions for mother. He would then be the sole one in control under the supervision of the probate court..
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