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Nephew said I can't see sister at nursing home.

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If he was appointed through the courts, that would mean it is a public document and you can verify if he actually has POA.

If your sister has dementia, she could be placing accusations at his doorstep that have no merit.

Margaret, what does having poa or guardianship or anything have to do with the "why" of him not letting her see her sister? Just curious. Because that is the authority to do so not a reason to do so. I asked why for the reason you said, something doesn't add up, so there is some reason he has denied her access.
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I assume that your nephew is your sister's son. Would he think that meetings with you would upset his mother? If so, perhaps you need to heal the situation with him before you get to see his mother. Or do you think that he is abusing her, financially or otherwise? And do you have any reason to worry about that? More information might help.
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I was under the impression that POA could only be given by the person that assigns someone. Court is usually guardianship. Where you there for the court proceedings. If not I'd want to see the paperwork.
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Why?
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MargaretMcKen Oct 27, 2018
Because, like JoAnn says, courts don't normally appoint POAs, they make guardianship orders. Something doesn't add up here.
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