I have Durable Power of Attorney since his initial diagnosis in 2015. Last night I had to file for an Order of Protection. He can still live here, just cant get violent, aggressive or destory or throw out any property. He has no one else to care for him and all the issues of life. He now states he is going to hire an attorney, revoke my POA and divorce me.
Can he actually do this? It would be better for me in the long run, but he is still my husband, and I agreed to take care of him to the best of my ability.... he is still my sons father (age 18 attends college and lives at home) and I feel I owe it to the family to do whats best for him. Social Security has also named me his Representative Payee since judge said he isn't competent financially with his diagnosis.
Can't find the firm answer to this question or what I need to do to either ignore this or hire an attorney myself and get ready to fight it all. We live in Lexington KY, I am 51 (today, lol) and spouse is 59.