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I have two letters from doctors confirming incapacity, why does he need this money. What does he need to do? He did say I need official documents and a trust administrator. Really? Can I do it myself? I have the original papers from 2006. That's a lot of money and there is no real property involved. Am I missing a crucial step or requirement?

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Actually my relative already had these docs drawn up and notarized in 2006. I am new to this and asked him what the next step was. What does he need to do now? Anything? What additionally needs to happen for which he's asking for $1000? Can't I present the DPOA to banks, accountant, credit card, and the two letters and handle her bill paying?
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You can do it yourself over the internet.It cost me about 30 to 50 dollars, depending on how much you want. My Mom has now passed on, but I did have poa legally until her death. Go to Legacy Writers and best of luck to you.
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