Mom has advanced stages of dementia and recently has two doctors stating such in their reports. She clearly would not be aware of what she would be signing. I am the DPOA and for starters her attorney is requesting she sign and have notorize numerous documents as it has to do with her reverse mortgaged home prior to the sale, quit claim deed, etc. to help protect her money from the equity of the sale. I told him she doesn't know what she would be signing and I don't believe it would be right. He insists she do it and I have not reported to his request. I recently had the bank so the same thing to me but I stood up to them and dealt with the manager. Thank you to the posts on here by the way on that issue and for adult protective services, it helped. But my question is has anyone else run into the issue of persistence of having a documented dementia individual, when stated she cannot handle her own affairs i.e. Financial, be unaccompanied, etc, want her to sign a legal document when I am the DPOA and have the paperwork in hand?