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An intended temporary guardian POA was never revoked and now that family member sabotaging via guardianship to control ALL mothers assets. How can guardianship NOT POA be revoked?

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With that much money involved, you need advice from an attorney specializing in Elder Law, not a well-meaning discussion board.
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If the guardianship was not assigned by a court then it does not legally exist.

Your aunt made her daughter POA? Which kind of POA did she make her? Medical? Durable for finances? or both?

I don't quite follow you after that when you wrote that " when my aunt very sick last year she signed durable level in event she died." What exactly does that mean?

There are only two basic types of POA. Durable POA for finances and Medical POA for medical decisions. However, both of them cease to be legally useful upon the death of the person who gave them.

Does your aunt have a will? Do you know who the executor or executrix of the estate is?

Has the doctor said your aunt needs to be in a nursing home? Who is taking care of the aunt now? you? her daughter?

If your aunt's daughter is her mom's POA, then it is her responsibility to use her mom's funds for her care as her durable POA and to make good medical decisions based on input from her mom's doctors to get her the level of care she needs. So, if she goes into a nursing home that is where her mom's money should be spent. Is her daughter an only child or are there other children?

We really need more information about this whole situation.
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No. My aunt has and wants her daughter to maintain POA but when my aunt very sick last year she signed durable level in event she died. Now her daughter has closed all aunts accts (sizable assets over 1 mil in cash house worth $800k) and trying EVERYTHING to put her mom in home and take ALL money
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Was Guardianship assigned by a court?
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