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I believe it can be done without spending thousands of dollars as long as you have a paper trail and facts.

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Most attorneys will provide a free consultation at the end of which they will offer a quote for representing you in court. I strongly suggest your present your paper trail and facts to an attorney during a consultation and allow him to give it a review. At the very least, the attorney may make you available of a venerability you didn't consider.
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You need to know the law and there is much to know. There is protocol in the courtroom and in the way the case is run before the judge. I agree with Barb...if the other guy has an attorney you should too. If you have as much evidence as you say, hiring a lawyer should pay for itself so to speak. I was just in jury selection for a tax case and the defendant tried to go solo. It was painful to watch. He had to be coached by everyone in the courtroom (to a point). He lost.
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The question is "will the other guy have an attorney?".

If yes, then you need one.
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If this is important you NEED an attorney. It is very unusual for the court to overturn a POA. Why do you want to try? Another avenue would to be get APS involved.

If mom is competent she can change it. A diagnosis of dementia does not mean she cannot change it. It depends. Early stages are still able to make changes, usually.
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