My mom filled out her advance directive stating she wanted me to be POA, Durable medical POA, and guardian/conservator is she even needed one. It was notorized, but not frawn up by lawyer because the lawyer said she didn't need a lawyer to do it. Do I "have" POA if I need to enact it? She's 84 and having some pretty strong dementia symptoms while still living in her home.

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I live in PA and my Mom in NJ we had a POA that we did are self throw a nursing care. We had it done by a lawyer because things change my Dad passed my Mom dementia got bad and my daughter started caring for her. Most I think will say get a Lawyer Good Luck

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