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It overrides them but it doesn't cancel them.
Unless the court makes a specific order that they are cancelled.
I have a Health Care PoT for my husband. His son is heir to his estate. The son is asking for guardianship. Will that give him Health Care power?
The court can restrict the guardianship, award partial guardianship, or complete guardianship. Typically a full guardianship will give the power to make health care decisions as well as financial decisions and usually the court will void any prior POAs that are in place.