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My aunt is horrible to me she is blind can't walk and throws me in and out of her life. I am her power of attorney but I think she told her lawyer to make me not her poa. I do not like her she is evil and now I think its dementia. she lies she is so crazy that everyone thinks I am crazy. I lost my aunt years ago. How do I sue her lawyer that I hired who is stealing from her but I have no proof/ and my aunt told me her aid touch her in a weird way but I don't know who to believe. I hate to say this but I literally hate her guts for putting me through so much. I did so much for her and she nasty and extremely dangerous to be around. she makes up stories and who knows what she will say about me. she already said I am after her money. she has nothing she is going to be out of money soon and I will not help her again. it is very hurtful and I will not let her use me like a doormat. Let her call her aides that she loves so much. Does anyone know if I have any legal rights?

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I might see my own attorney. When you are someone's POA, you have a fiduciary duty to act on their behalf. If you have so much resentment, I would question how you can do that with an attorney.

People with dementia sometimes have delusions and say things that are not based on fact. It's not about them being mean or a liar. They are ill.
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Well, if your aunt is blind and can't walk that could explain some of her meanness. But if you feel such a raging hate for her...........I agree with Jessie, maybe it's time to resign from being P O A.
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Reading what you wrote here, which is pretty extreme, I would recommend that you resign as her POA. If you can't stand her, then you wouldn't be the best choice to make decisions for her. You could leave it to her to choose someone else if she is still capable. A POA really can't make someone do something. That would require guardianship. If your grantor is fighting you, then you couldn't be an effective POA.
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