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my sister has poa of my mother and she want let the other sibblings see a copy of the poa

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You probably don't have the right. Mom made a decision that apparently doesn't involve you. There's a good chance you already know why this has occurred. If the sibling won't tell you, will mom?
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It's always better to appoint a person who can spell as the POA. Bear in mind the form has many big, long words that only lawyers understand. Find a lawyer who can explain how that works.
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