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He isn't interested in her, he is interested in her estate. Meanwhile, I have no access to her information and am under the impression I can't help her with her needs.

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Yes, it does. Only the Guardian can authorize medical treatment and authorize payment for it. You have the right to object NOW before a permanent guardian is appointed.
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