So I have slightly different version of the question. One brother has medical POA and and another brother has fiduciary POA. My poor mom is dying at home with hospice. They are giving me visiting rights of 2 hrs day. Initially they locked me out and when I went to the police they said they couldn't help me because of POA. This not there is not legal, but the other one with fiduciary powers basically has all rights of the house, my moms, until her last breath. It feel like that saying occupancy is 90% and they have it. The medical POA is living in the house. When I am not there, nobody is, except a paid care taker. I don't want my mother to take her last breaths alone. It appears out the four children I am the only wanting and willing to be there. This of course is game of power, and I feel powerless. Can the fiduciary POA kick me out of the house?