We are the executors of my neighbors estate. There was an extended family member as her POA. She was in assisted living since 2012 and passed 03/2017. we are now trying to clear of the estate---we are finding bills were not paid to the home--or medical care staff for the last 6 months she lived----he left the fire insurance lapse on the property--never told us----all this because he says she ran out of money. Did NOT seem possible--so we accessed bank records to find he was taking care of no one but himself. He not only ripped her off for more than 50,000--that we know of so far---he signed over her car to himself--and two of the 5 lots of property, that was left to us, splitting the property in half. so we not only had to pay all her bills to clear the deed to the house--we also had to buy back the 2 lots that he took!!! He took most of her furniture and two file cabinets that had all the important papers in that we now need. At the funeral --the undertaker said he asked for the death certificates---since he was a family member he didn't question giving him the papers--again---we needed them---and what did he want with them??? we never did find any insurance policies---and I know these people were insured. This all seems a little over the top for a POA--only. The property and all their possessions were left to us---what was left--that is !! This guy needs to be taken down--but where do I start? The state agencies seem to take forever to get on this stuff---and I'm not sure if a lawyer would take this ----do we have enough against him so far--with the bank statements and the fact this property was taken and then we had to buy it from him??