There are 3 POA's for my Dad. How can we revoke one of them? - AgingCare.com

There are 3 POA's for my Dad. How can we revoke one of them?

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My father is 82 stroke 250 pounds with a little dementia. He is total care and is paralyzed its mind is pretty sharp he cant even feed himself. I do 4 days alone and my sister amber does 3 alone. its been over e year and i am tired . Now my other sister marlynn she is a PNP for children. her and myself are P.O.A's The family wants to get her amended revoked she has a addiction problem targets me and to make a long story short we are 99% sure she has " Munchausen by poxy syndrom" and i happen to be her target. My qiestion is we dont have alote of money what do we do to get her off POA intierly. She is causins lots of problems and is a controll freek. Shes already in is in troble with her nursing board and may have charges dor stealing my dads van shw feelsshes the only one that can take him for rides. How do we make these papers legal ?

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If your dad's mind is sharp, he can revoke the old POA's and.at same time issue a new one. He does not need.to be able to write--they.can document it via.videotape and he can give assent in another way. You will need a lawyer for this probably, I do not know of any DIY for this type of POA. Good luck.
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Only if your dad is considered still mentally competent by a doctor can he go before a lawyer and revoke one of the three POA's.

Is he mentally competent?

Are all three equal POAs or is one primary with others as backups?

If he is not mentally competent, then someone will need to file for guardianship which is expensive.
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