My son's great grandmother lives with me, but her son is POA. Do I have any rights to protect her from his decisions?

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It could be hard. If you suspect his decisions are wrong for her, then you should see an attorney to see what your rights are.

Good luck. You sound like a good person with this woman's best interests in mind.

Carol
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