My question involves a power of attorney in the state of: Florida
My grandmother is 97 years old in a nursing home with dementia. In 2007 before she went to the home, she named my grandfather as her power of attorney. Recently, my grandfather's health and mind have begun to deteriorate and he named me power of attorney for him. Can he transfer his POA for her to me as well? Or would she need to sign a new POA? I don't think she has the mental capacity to do that. Nothing in her POA specifically states that he can or cannot and it does say that the power is meant to be interpreted broadly and that he has the authority to do anything she could do herself.