My father is incapacitated from a stroke and is in a long term care facility. The stroke came suddenly and I was not involved with his personal or financial affairs. I only found out that I was on the personal care power of attorney when my brother showed it to the hospital. I asked my brother if there was a financial power of attorney, and he said he "didn't know". I tried tracking down the financial POA myself by contacting the law office that prepared the personal care POA. They said that they had my father's file, and that they could only release it with his permission. Obviously this isn't possible given his mental state. Now this week, I found out my father's house was sold. I suspect that a financial POA exists, and that my brother used it to sell the house. My concern is that my name might be on it, and my brother made the decision without consulting me. The other possibility is that he got permission from my father to sell the house, which is a decision he can't make in his mental state. I'm wondering what I should do.