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A power of attorney can be revoked by filling out new documents and notifying the new POA. Any local attorney can help him with that. There are also some simple forms online. Here are some samples.
He can actually sue her for conversion if she took his money and used it for purposes OTHER than those allowed by the POA agreement. Conversion is the civil equivalent of theft.
The mobile home is more complicated. A joint owner of property cannot dispossess another owner unless they clearly state an intent to do so AND prohibit the other person from accessing the property for at least 5 years, while paying property taxes
for the full property. But if he can show that she tricked him into putting her name on the mobile home, or had the intent to defraud him from his interest, that's criminal elder abuse, and it can be reported. Cal. Pen. Code, Section 368. And in that scenario, he could also sue to have the deed adding her to the property set aside as fraudulent.
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