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The only way to challenge the decision of the power of attorney, is to take action to invalidate the power of attorney
Consider a petition to the Court for a conservatorship to be appointed for your mother. A conservatorship will render void a power of attorneyA conservatorship can be set up for a person that cannot take care of himself and/or his finances. In a conservatorship, the judge appoints another person (the conservator) to be in charge of the conservatee's care and/or finances.You could petition the court to appoint either yourself or another family member to act as conservator. This would allow the conservator to make decisions for your mother
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