My grandmother became POA when my Mom was sick. Now Mom's passed and my grandmother will not tell us anything. Any advice? - AgingCare.com

My grandmother became POA when my Mom was sick. Now Mom's passed and my grandmother will not tell us anything. Any advice?

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My Mom passed on the 17th. She was sick for years. My grandmother became poa while my mother was sick, she refused to have fun or inform kids. After she pasted my grandma refused to let ne of her children know wat was goin on didn't let us get n e belongings refused to hav a showin so other friends and family could not say their good byes. No nothin at all no pics no nothin at all. Is there n e thing at all I can do to find out wats goin on wit my mother her pics and sentimental things to us? My grandmother has been gone for years now and I don't understand how she just came up while my mother was already sic and took power of attorney from me and locked me and my 2 brothers completely out of our mothers medical affairs

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I don't get a clear picture here. Your grandma has been gone for years. Before she died, she got POA from your mother, who died, before your grandma. Did your mom die on the 17th of what month and year? And now you want some pictures? What brought on the interest now? What have you been doing about this since the years since grandma died? It's a little too late, by years, to be too much concerned about what grandma did. Maybe she thought her grandkids weren't in a position to act on behalf of her daughter. Seeing how you've dawdled on this.
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You may never find answers to "why". You can contact grandmas attorney who handled grandmas will and estate and then possibly contact grandmas heirs to see if they can help you find any of moms things.

What happened to your moms will? Did she even have one? Did she leave everything to grandma?

Why are you contesting or questioning grandmas will or her having taken all moms stuff when she has been dead for years? Why didn't you confront grandma upon moms death or shortly after moms death?
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Who took control of your Grandmother's estate once she, herself, had passed on? Check with that person to see if any personal belongings of your Mother are still available.
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