Did the Life Insurance Company have the right to deny my claim?

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My Mother signed a life insurance policy in 2002 . 3 weeks before her death she submitted a new form which change her beneferies. She signed her own name and I also signed as her POA. The only reason I sign was My Mother Parkinson Disease and her handwritting completely changed. Ok the reason the claim was that I was not legally able to change her policy. I have spoken to the claim adjusted and know they are wondering if my mother knew what she was signing
which she did. I am very upset. I took care of my mother and she wanted me to have all of her money. I wasn't comfortable with her decision this is the only policies that she changed. I'm am not granting her her wishes. The reason she wanted every to go to me wad her other children did not help in anyway. I need to know if I have a case. I have a witness ...

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Insurance Company .. My Mothers Attorney, Doctor, caregivers who is a witness and 2 of My Siblings are submitting letters. My siblings are requesting they honor our Mother's signature. My other sibling who he wont write a letter but he wont fight it legal. He is very selfish. My Mother Attorney said they have no right to question my Moms signature as I was her POA not guardian. She still had rights to make her decision and Her Dr is going to verify my Mother had Parkinson's and was never medically diagnose as incompetent . Its not really so much about the money as making sure My Mother rights are enforced. After taking care of my Mother as she was declining I seen first hand how people would look at me instead of her when she was talking or when she was being talked to. Some people were rude as they didn't like how slow she had become. I know I cant change people. I do know I trust God and he is in control no matter what the outcome. I will be doing all I can. I miss My Mother . She was My best friend. We lived together many years before she left this world. Thanks for reading
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Is this from the insurance company or are her other children fighting this?
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