"I hereby constitute and appoint my wife...as Executrix of this, my last Will and Testament and direct that she be permitted to serve with nomibal bond, giving to my said fiduciary the full and unrestricted right to sell, mortgage or convey any real or personal property owned by me upon the date of my death without prior leave of the Court having jurisdictin of my estate and without report and confirmation of such action. In the event that my wife...shall be unable or unwilling to so act, I then constitute and appoint my daughter...as Executrix hereof, granting to the said fiduciary the same powers as I have conferred upon my primary fiduciary hereunder."
Since then, Dad was diagnosed with Advanced Stage Alzheimer's, and Mom with serious Personality Disorders, lacking judgment, and is considered legally incapacitated. She has a PG. He is on Medicaid, with few remaining assets. Mom requested an appraisal, and they have a considerable amount in personal possessions.
If Dad were cognitively able, he's still control things, but cannot. As Dad's advocate and legal guardian/conservator, how do I best protect his 1/2 interest? Can her PG dispose of things belonging to both prior to his death?