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My mother had made a will out several years prior to being conserved. Is this will still legal or can the conservetor make one on her behalf without consulting my mother?

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Your mother's will should stand if she is not competent to write another one. Nobody can write a will except the person themselves. Guardians, conservators, and POAs cannot write or change the will. All has to be done by the person who is bequeathing their assets.
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Yes, it was a reply to CM. I suppose I should have made it a PM. Sorry Jessie.
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junglebts, are you posting on the right thread? :P
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And now I can only read it as "World War Eye" ... Have you read Pat Barker's trilogy? Heart-rending.
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Oi, where's that phrase from, then?? " 'Too late, too late!' the cry and raised her wooden leg?'" Or the hymn "Jesus of Nazareth Passeth By"? (I think the hymn was written in the States.) Haven't heard phrase in a long time, since my grandad's day -- from WWI?

Speaking of WWI, the only thing I recall abt Lawrence Welk (and thank the lord for that) was from an old TV variety program from the 50s. He was reading from a cue card, obviously, and loudly announced, "And now-a, from World-a War-a Eye ..."

I laughed my socks off.
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No the conservator cannot do that. If your mother was of sound mind when she made her last will, it is valid and it stands. "Too late, too late!" the cry...
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