Can a used car lot sales, notarize a document as powerful as a POA and Last Will?

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Friend died, POA (ends), Last Will: Friend had Attorney/CPA her entire life. Attorney/CPA drew up her Medical Power or Attorney at 90 years of age, person: non-hearing (birth defect), and a non-seeing cataracts. Agent on document drawn up what Agent X. However, Agent X, did not have trust-worthy Attorney/CPA draw up POA and Last Will? - they knew each other well, but drew up himself, and then had a Used Car Lot notarize the POA and Last Will and supposedly witnessed. Friend had no family. An appointed guardian from the courts in PA should have been done at time of fall and hospitalization.It did not. Acting Agent X stepped in. Would not an Attorney/CPA who drew up the Medical Durable Power of Attorney, and her "trusted" advisor her whole life, not "fell" it was right to draw up the POA and Last Will to the same agent X? Attorney/CPA was 74 years old when he drew up her Medical Power of Attorney. I believe all of this was fraud, to scam friend - both working together. I according to dead friend was added to will with animal friends. I never seen will, only know for sure Attorney/CPA drew up this first will. However, will was changed again by the same used car lot notary to himself - Agent X. I am not a relative, I don't feel I have standing to challenge this will. The will already went through probate. I am awaiting results from a handwriting expert, the handwriting on will and poa - will this hold up in court? I believe I could file a Tortious Interference with an Expectany of Inheritance or Gift as promised to me (have documentation of everything done). In PA law, their are notaries out there for their profession? and can they cross their profession and notarized a POA and Will. The Executor of the will, is a convicted PA criminal. I have read that a convicted PA criminal cannot execute the will? The will also states if he cannot execute the will is wife can. Would any of this be able to prosecute this man for fraud, forgery? (undue influence - 92 years of age). Not a relative, need standing, from lawyers. Any help would would appreciated.

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An Attorney who draws up a Will or Power of Attorney cannot also be that person's Notary. A Notary can be anyone who is licensed by the State as a Notary, doesn't matter if the person's occupation is a car salesman, a fireman, a school teacher, etc.
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Yes, I just got a copy of the POA, and Last Will & Testament. Friend had a trust worthy Attorney/CPA, however to confuse the judge, the Attorney/CPA had an original grant document granting agent Medical Power of Attorney. However, why wouldn't friends trustworty Attorney/CPA draw up the Financial POA and Last Will and Testament. The Last will and Testament was changed. I am going to the DA office as soon as I receive back the handwriting analysis, to prove this was not her signature. In any event, I cannot let this go, until this person goes to prison. I know the truth. We obviously live in a very sick society where scam artists prey on our aging population. Again, this woman could not have heard any changed will, or could have heard this POA document because of her birth hearing defect, no functioning hearing aids, and cataracta and no glasses. To top it off she was 92 yrs. of age with congnitive decline. The signed medical durable POA of this same agent was signed in 2009 by attorney. Fradulent Financial POA and Will were signed in 2010, and notarized by a used car lot salesman - why not her trust worthy Attorney/CPA, why they were in it together to milk her for everything - that is why. I just need to prove it.
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Massage, I noticed you have been asking questions about this situation since April 2016. Have you done any of the advice that had been previously given?
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