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What contstitutes poa fraud?

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What contstitutes poa fraud?
There are a lot of things that can be POA fraud. Do you have a specific question or a specific incident you want to inquire about?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
I'll start with her ,llsat )I'm shakikng so sorry bout thpos I'm also getting many pop

My mother passed awaty l;ast sat. She had been diagnosed as alhzheimers. So my sister too her one day to a notary pblic and had an POA typed up and notarized. Still with me???? ring that time I'm finding out more and more of things and assets that have either 'disappeared' or simply sold off and put in moms acct, which ios now in my sisters acct. There still??
That definitely sounds like a violation of the POA. It may not be fraud but it would be theft or something else. A person using a POA is absolutely forbidden to use it to enrich themselves over the person giving the POA to them. It is known as "self dealing" and is absolutely forbidden.

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