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She'll need to give you Power Of Attorney for financial affairs. While you are at it, ask her to give you a health directive/POA for her health decisions. The sooner the better.
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Carol
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Your Mother has to be of sound mind and appoint you or anyone of her choosing to have her PoA. For now, she can add you as a "signer" on her bank accounts. You can then pay her bills and keep track of her accounts online.
If she has many assets, you may want to consider a living trust and have you appointed trustee. You then become the person who makes financial decisions for her.
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