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My younger brother took my father to his solicitor and his recent application to appoint me was withdrawn, I am unsure whether my father has continued the POA process appointing my brothers. I have no relationship with my brothers and my father deemed to have capacity by Consultant psychiatrist and his solicitor who carried out the process to the letter of the law in Scotland.
I feel my father has failed so much in the past 6 months he would no longer be medically deemed to have capacity and I just want to find out if my brothers managed to get POA put in place, where or what can I do to find out ??

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I wonder if the US has a similar source for information

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The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) protects people in England and Wales who may not have the mental capacity to make certain decisions for themselves, such as about their health and finance.

OPG is an executive agency, sponsored by the Ministry of Justice.
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Gill Inquire at the Office of the Public Guardian if such a document exists, they will have it registered.
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and if he won't tell you you probably have your answer
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So, how about calling the solicitor?
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My parents cannot remember going to solicitors to withdraw application, my dad thinks I have POA because I have helped financially, shopping,cleaning and household maintenance and cannot remember withdrawing application in July 2015 when I was on holiday.
I have absolutely no desire to communicate with my brothers I just want to know POA is in place for my Father and mother
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Have you asked all involved?
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