my mother in law is in hospital and has mild dementia my 2 brothers in law have stopped my father in law calling or visiting the hospital and have tried to get my father in law to sign power of attorney over to them which he refused , now my mother in law says she does not want to go back home to live with my father in law which we find very strange and my mother in law says they are going to take her somewhere else to live what can we do
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my 2 brothers in law have tried to get my father in law to sign power of attorny to them my father in law refuses ,now my mother in law is in hospital and they have stopped my father in law calling hospital and visiting ,they never go near my mother in law but now they say she doesnt want to live with my father in law and they are finding her some where to live ,this is all about money but my father in law is heart broken they have been married 54 years what can we do
can they get power of attorney and can they stop my father in law going to visit
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