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The person needs to go to probate court and change there power of attorney.she has the right to choose who she wants.
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Became his Sponsor? POA can only be given when the person is of sound mind. Who put her in charge as a "Sponsor". Are you from the US because I have never heard of this. Maybe it was a temporary thing. Now he is OK its null and void.
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Ksmoot, he can have an attorney draw up a new POA, he can go to his state attorney general's website and download a POA form, if he is in the USA, you use terms that imply he is not.

If he is okay now, he really has no need of a POA other then it is a good idea to be prepared for eventualities, as he has unfortunately discovered.
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He had a accident and he is physically impaired buy his mind is good.. His sister, while he was in a medically induced coma naturally became his sponsor as they call it. He is now ready to be moved closer to his original home where his FREINDS and children could go see him and help him with rehabilitation.. His sister.. Has not visited she does not call him she doesn't have a interest in him.. None.. And his therapy for his physical disabilities has ended and she basically has abandon him there...he is not mentally challenged. Calls on a cell phone and carries on normal conversation.. Is there ANYTHING he can do....
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surprise Nov 29, 2018
The only sponsor relationship I know of is in immigration. Is he not in his home country? I can see how that would be distressing! It sounds like he is free to leave wherever he is. Who is telling him he can't leave? Does he have the money to pay his bills?
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Agree. They make a new POA document. It's a good idea for the new POA document to record that the previous one is revoked. If possible, get the original of the old one and tear it up. If the new appointment is contentious, it would also be a good idea to get some corroboration that the person is mentally competent at the time they sign the new POA. If you can expect problems, now is the time to get the evidence together.
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They just choose again. As long as they are competent the principal is free to choose a new agent. It’s also a good idea to have a secondary agent in case the first is unable or unwilling to serve.
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