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ps, does it have to be a court of law? Would a letter from two different doctors stating that the elder is incapable of making financial or medical decisions suffice? Interested for future reference.
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All it takes is convincing the elder to sign a piece of paper appointing another DPOA and revoking all previous ones. Unless the elder has been determined incompetent in a court of law, their signature is valid.
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