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I agree with Garden Artist - it is hard to answer not having all of the facts.
But I can give one piece of information that may help. Before monies are distributed from an estate, all outstanding bills must be paid.
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Moldstar, can you elaborate on the situation? Who is proxy under the POA, and for whom? What's the relationship to the beneficiary ?

Your other post intimates that someone has died; was this your father? (If so, I'm sorry to learn about your loss. Hopefully we can offer suggestions to ease whatever problems have arisen with the proxy.)

https://www.agingcare.com/questions/Who-takes-possession-of-the-ashesPOA-or-Beneficiary-430797.htm

But from your posts, I assume someone has died, the proxy was responsible for expenses which a beneficiary is now questioning? What kind of expenses are these? Is this for your father? Do you suspect improper activities or expenditures?

More information will yield more detailed responses.
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