My question involves guardianship in the State of: Fl.
Opposing Attorneys in Georgia failed to recognize completely legal Durable POA made in Fl. where my Mother and I had resided, stating that they did not think she was competent when she signed power. Attorney in Fl. crossed t's and dotted i's in determination of competentcy. Now Mother is deceased and probater of will wants to take all expenditure made under Durable POA out of my part of settlement. Did power have to be revoked while she was living? What would be procedure? Should I have been notified in writing? What about expenses etc. paid while operating under previously legal durable power? My Mother has been deceased 5 years and I still have no revocation process papers although Guardian Ad Litem was appointed against Mother's wishes for divorce case well after durable had been in effect. Please try to tell me what process the Ga. attorneys would have to go through to ignore legal Fl. durable power? Extensive Thanks