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I have several questions first.
Did the parents have a mutual Wills agreement?
Did the mother's Will give the full estate to the father if he was living and to the disabled son if the father died?
What did the brother appointed under the POA do with the money?Did the disabled brother appoint him under the POA and was he mentally competent to do and is the disabled brother mentally competent now?
This is not really adding up. Are you saying that the mother gave her entire estate to the son and while the father did not contest that he simply took all of the son's money?
If the disabled son is mentally competent now why is he not revoking the power of attorney and why is he not getting the $400,000?
I am very sorry. I don't know why but I did post some more questions to you and they did not go up. Here they are again.
This is my confusion. The father could not change the mother's Will Is it possible that with the mother's Will said was that she wants her estate to go to the father during his lifetime but then the money go to this son after the father's death?
Why is the disabled son not suing his brother?