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I had POA on someone else. My Mother-In-Law while she was alive, and My Father-In-Law while he was in TX. My wifes sister came from CO. and had it recended and filed to get POA on my Father-In-Law. She now wants a financial statement covering from 2006 to present.
In April of this year.
My POA states
My Attorney-in-fact will not be liable to me, my estate, my heirs, successors or assigns for any action taken or not taken under this document, except for willful misconduct or gross negligence. Before my mother-in-law passed away she gave her daughter full control over all her affairs and finances, this was done verbally. The money was to take care of my father-in-law and cover all costs associated with that. He also at that time had given over his POA to her control.
I may have questions at a later date, thank you for your assistance.