My mother made me DPOA. I am her only child, she lives an another state. Noone has ever asked me for permission from my mother first before they speak to me, not even a bank or her healthcare provider or psychologist. So why is it that an attorney would ask for permission from my mother first before even answering a question I had, which was pretty simple. I wanted to know what she had on file with the attorney that was valid at this point in time. Nowhere in the DPOA document does it state I am limited to asking questions or receiving information or need to seek permission first from my mother or anyone. It isn't because I have done anything wrong here, just so people know, but she has, something illegal with the trust my parents had and I think she conned me into thinking things would be different between us after what she did and didn't do, let me know anything of any substance. My dad passed away in 2017 and warned me about something happening should he pass away first, and it did. My dad made me his health surrogate and she claims she never knew about it, then denied that he ever did that, even when I told her my dad called me to specifically inform me of that and more that one day he reached out to me, then he had to hang up abruptly, he heard her coming in the door. She was emotionally abusive to me and my Dad and now it continues, financial abuse. She's a narcissist personality disorder, so callled mother and not just because there's an inheritance at stake, but my dad's wishes are being trampled on by her and I think her having a problem with me being close to my dad and she wasn't. They had a bad marriage and she takes medication off and on, effexor and I don't know what else, but I have a police report which I just received where she scratched my dad in a fight because she wasn't taking her medication and that was few years ago. She will not take an alzheimer's screening, and at 82 I know she has memory problems and is becoming more hostile and rageful by the day, mostly to me. I have reached out to her psychologist and he claims he is looking into it. I went to a psychologist a several years back and she told me to completely cut ties with my mother and I didn't listen to her for one reason, because if I did, I wouldn't have had a relationship with my dad. He was an enabler and it hurt him I found out when we didn't speak sometimes for a whole year, because of my mother starting trouble. She's also a control freak and an emotional vampire. I was on the phone with her a few years ago and I was standing up and felt a sharp pain in my lower back, I kid you not, like a knife. I went to my chiropractor and told him and he thought it was due to the stress of her. My dad asked me to step in for him shortly before he died , he was concerned about the money and wanted to make sure I had some for later on in my life but she doesn't and even via a lady bird deed transferred my parents home into a new trust in her own name. Which was illegal to start with. I found out totally by accident on the county's public document search. I would advise anyone to check that out because when you can't get information, sometimes you might find things through that avenue. At 55 years old even though I am not perfect, I still wrack my brain sometimes and ask what did I do? Nothing in particular do you have to do with a narcissist.