My 90 year old father was diagnosed in May with early to moderate Alzheimer's. He is in severe denial. About the same time his doctor wrote the Medical Review Board in Florida requesting that his driver's license be revoked which it was. I was given POA in August last year and due to poor decisions on money I took over most of the banking and started a Money Market account to put most of his retirement in and leaving him about $500 a month as "pocket change." We share a house and I pay the utilities and buy most of the food. I needed to start an emergency fund as we are for all intents and purposes broke so saving for taxes and insurance is paramount. He forgets over and over again about this arrangement we made at his lawyer's suggestion in her office. He is telling anyone who will listen that I am either stealing or mismanaging his money and that I have taken his car. He has revoked my POA with a blank form he received from a local senior center. He filled it out himself and had someone notarize it. He is not completely competent to do this but many of the places he has submitted this to have accepted it. I am unable to get past his lawyer's assistant to speak with her about this. No one else wants to take on the responsibility, not that I do but it is what I accepted to do. I feel like I am hitting a brick wall and want to know should I just let this go until someone really recognizes that he is incapable of making his own decisions? He is high functioning and can charm people so most do not believe me. Has anyone else had this happen? How could a revocation of a POA be acceptable by not being on any sort of letterhead or from his or any lawyer and why would a notary notarize something without questioning what they were notarizing? Or, can anyone do this on their own?