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Can one remove themselves? Can the one that does nothing (paying bills and contact at home and hosp) get guardianship?

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The POA should state how a person can decline the authority given in the POA. It's not hard to do, but I do recommend seeing your grantor's attorney.
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Dear talbcl,

This is a tough situation. I think it really all just depends on what each person wants and is capable of handling. I would suggest a meeting with an elder law attorney to get this straightened out. If people no longer want to be a POA, they should have the right to remove themselves.
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