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He has a sister, who lives in New York, so maybe she should have POA for him instead? From what I understand, a person with POA has to sign for and make decisions for the person, and being in a different state might be a problem.

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irishspirit25, your husband can have both his daughter and his sister be his dual Power of Attorney that is if the two of them can work well together.
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You are correct, being far away makes things very difficult, especially in emergency situations. Sister may be too old to take this on. Is there another younger relative that the father is willing to appoint as his POA or Health Care Proxy?
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