My brother tricked my Mom into signing a quit claim deed. Any advice?

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This happened while she was under care of 24/7 health aide.

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Just an observation on the issue of the aide. The aide may have witnessed the execution by your mother but can't be held liable as she wasn't the one who was responsible for asking your mother to sign.
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Hello everyone, wow, incredible response THANK YOU all. I have POA for my mom. It is specific for all financial affairs and records. Its pretty straight forward, my brother ordered a Legel Zoom QCD, had my Mom sign it and notarized . She was still under care of an aide at the time. 2 months later when I went to the town to access her deed records they presented me with the new recorded QCD. When I showed my Mom the copy she was totally surprised. She read it several times and couldn't believe that she signed it. I also made a video of the entire event. My Mom insisted on writing on the QCD documents that "she was unaware of what she had signed". She also wrote a letter denying that she was aware of what she signed ; that letter I had motorized .( for what it's worth ). Greatly appreciate all your responses, your all very kind.
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Oh, sorry, it is your fourth post. Still trying to help you by putting the known information together for you.
1) "My brother had my Mother sign a legal zoom quick claim deed transferring the deed to himself. Advice?
2) As POA for my Mother, are my brothers required to provide me all financial information as it relates to her?
3) Brother had Mother sign quick claim deed transferring deed to himself.
4) My brother tricked my mom into signing a quit claim deed. Any advice?
All above posts by Robert 12345.

Robert, who is the POA?
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How can the brother with POA trick the mother into signing, when it is entirely possible he was the one doing the financial planning, and with the legal authority to do so.
How many brothers are involved?
Isn't this the third post with the same issues?
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Yes , this happened while under the care 24/7 of a home health aide.
Thank you
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Robert, thanks for your response. I took the liberty of copying your update to your first post so people who read that one will know more about the history of the situation.
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Thank you , I am new to this forum and am sorry for the duplicate question. The facts are that my Mom has not been found incompetent, yet has been diagnosed with beginning stage of dementia. She was is in a rehab for 3 months after a slip and fall accident which exacerbated the mental issue ( forgetfulness and confusion ). When released she had a 24/7 home health aide for 2 months; it was during that time she was told to sign the Quit Claim Deed. Then she was brought to a notary. Two months later I went to town records to check her deed, as advised by an estate planner, it was then I was presented with the recorded Legal Zoom documents. This is scary stuff.. Imagine anyone can order Legal Zoom Docs and manipulate a person to sign over the rights to their home. I believe their should be more regulation on this. Now I have to have this reversed; I caution all the good folks out there its very easy to order these documents.
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In addition, several posters took the time to answer questions that could help them respond. Those questions as yet remain unanswered.
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DUPLICATE POST:

https://www.agingcare.com/questions/brother-had-mother-sign-quick-claim-deed-transferring-deed-to-himself-189436.htm?cpage=0&cm=547219#547219

Robert, it's not customary or helpful to post the same question twice, if only to change the spelling of one of the important terms.

It is in fact important to understand the terminology, but posters will in an attempt to be helpful try to look past that and provide assistance, as several did in your first post on this subject.

Posting twice on the same identical issue divides responses and prevents posters from having the benefit of others' responses.
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