When you are a POA for a parent why is it that it makes you ineligible for any kind of financial assistance in the state of Illinois?
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He takes care of his Mom that is in the late stages of dementia , she is 24/7 total care. And would like to get some reimbursement from the state to help with the bills. He cannot work because caring for his Mom is a full time job.
Two common scenarios are when a caregiver no longer wishes to be POA and when a family member wants to challenge the legality of a POA’s actions. Changes are dependent on the principal’s competency, how the document is written and the desired outcome.