But we are in Georgia....not Idaho..and when he is having a dementia episode, will that durable power of attorney be enough to have medical, financial and all decision make abilities?
I just found out the family has changed all the locks...
Can the police be called?
Just to clarify, the power of attorneys will be sufficant to handle my brothers business when needed? The guardianship that I have expires April 15,..,
please send me the POA's and which one do I want to use? Last question, can I print or get these answers emailed to me?
Last thing....will these POA's be legal if he has been diagonoised with Dementia? Like I said he has been in his right mind the past few days, but can someone challage them? Or will the notary be witness that his is ok to sign?
Sorry, one more...these POA's do I need to file them somewhere or does a notary just stamp with us and that will suffice?
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