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My cousins are forcing my uncle into a nursing home and

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My cousins are forcing...

My cousins are forcing my uncle into a nursing home and selling his home against his wishes. What can I do for him? He is in hospital revolving from an operation.

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San Francisco Ca

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My uncle has his home in a living trust. The daught has a general POS which excludes medical and/or healthcare decisions.

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Sorry auto correct . Daught has POA.

Submitted: 24 days ago.Category: Estate Law
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Customer reply replied 23 days ago
I have not gotten a response from anyone. This is a urgent question. How can my Uncle protect himself? Who should he call? He is in the hospital and will be transferred to a nursing facility. His out of state kids have had a real estate agent at their father's home already. No sale sign yet. My uncle want to change his will and POS now. Help. He lives in San Francisco California. Thank you.
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Estate Lawyer: Lori, Attorney replied 22 days ago
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Hello. Let me see if I can assist. If his home is in a trust, is his daughter a trustee? or he the only trustee?

If he has not been declared legally incompetent, then he has the mental capacity to make his own decisions. He should immediately revoke the POA. Has he done that yet?

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Estate Lawyer: Lori, Attorney replied 22 days ago

Here's the form for him to use to revoke his POA given to his daughter -- see attached.

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Customer reply replied 21 days ago
Actually my Uncle wants to know what he can do now to regain his say over his life and home now that he knows his kids got a doctor to agree he cannot physically or mentally care for himself and the daughter has POA & medical care over him according to his present hospital doctor . Thank you.
Estate Lawyer: Lori, Attorney replied 21 days ago

He needs to revoke his POA. He needs to fight any competency hearing if his kids try to challenge his mental fitness. He is deemed mental fit until a court finds otherwise. therefore, he is able to make his own decisions and have his own say as to his life and home.

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