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Re:removal of current power of attorney we were told by a LV

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Re:removal of current power of attorney we were told by a LV NV Social Worker that a document from the patients DR,stating he is of sound body and mind to dictate a letter stating his wishes which are to excuse,current PO Immediately.Is there any other
way to go arround this?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Legal
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
may i please get an answer re my question ASAP?
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
can I get my last question answered
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Expert:  Gerald, Esq replied 1 year ago.
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I am an attorney with 30 years of experience; I hope to provide you information that will help you in resolving your question.
I am sorry for the delayed response to you. I have been away and this is the first that I saw your post.
The Power of Attorney is a grant of authority that can be removed at any time by the grantor. It is an authority which is granted so that the POA may act for the benefit of the Grantor.
If you believe that the Grantor is not mentally capable of handling their personal affairs, and may be subject to the undo influence of others, the remedy is to seek a Guardianship over that person. In a Guardianship the court declares the person not competent and grants to the Guardian powers to act for and on behalf of the person (who would be declared a "WARD" of the Guardian).
A Guardianship is an involved and complex procedure and you would need local counsel to assist you with it. Use the following link to find an "Elder Law" or "Family Law" attorney to assist you:
http://www.findlaw.com/?DCMP=GOO-FLAW_Brand-Name&HBX_PK=findlaw+com
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Expert:  Gerald, Esq replied 1 year ago.
Hello:
These articles may be helpful to you in understanding the process relating to Guardianships.
https://www.caring.com/articles/adult-guardianship
http://family.findlaw.com/guardianship/guardianship-of-incapacitated-or-disabled-persons.html
Good luck to you.
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Gerald
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
did someone answer my question about power of attorney
Expert:  Gerald, Esq replied 1 year ago.
Hello:
I thought I did respond, in that the patient may change their POA designation at any time, or revoke it.
If I am mis-understanding your question I apologize. Perhaps a phone conversation would clarify it if you wish
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Gerald
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Expert:  Gerald, Esq replied 1 year ago.
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Expert:  N Cal Attorney replied 1 year ago.
New Expert here.
An adult is presumed to be competent unless a court finds otherwise.
The POA can be revoked in the same manner it was created, by a written statement that must be notarized in most states. If you tell me which State this is in, I can research whether t has to be notarized or not.
The revocation is effective upon delivery to the person who has the POA.
Please let me know if you need more information prior to rating my answer.
I hope this information is helpful.

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