dpoa the day before and after oct 17 2016 the next day they had a scum to back to the attorney office and he drafted revoke and my dpoa and that same day he recorded it in the records thieves my question is that evening at bank my mother recorded it the bank that she submitted the revoke in the dpoa as Banker copied it and then had to sit in his office and his mom to forms and when he realized something he started yelling at my mom and say get them back and I told her don't it has her name on it not his and my mother stood up and we walked out as he was threatening to call cops the one just says to freeze the account and it has a state seal stamp on it with a case number and document number it bottom but the other one does not have a state stamp on it no no notary just signature and time stamp at top does that the my mother incompetent when does my dpoa stand is this considered wrongful judgement and can they hold that against her because my sister's acted in retaliation against me they pretend like that case didn't happen and out 7 months later it's re Guardian app and business trying to sell does my dpoa stand it's like they are making the first case disappear and yesterday they
You've got WAY too much detail for this forum. Are you asking if your PoA is still valid once it is revoked?
No. Unless the revocation was done improperly, and that is something you need to consult with a local attorney to flesh out ALL the details of to determine the answer.
This Q&A forum is for basic legal questions, and yours is WAY too fact intensive for anyone to provide specific guidance. Seek local help ASAP to determine what you should do.
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I'm sorry but your language and writing skills are inadequate to explain what is going on, and would not appear adequate to function properly as her agent. If you are concerned that someone is taking advantage of your mother, you need to help her get a local lawyer. You are not going to be able to help her without one.
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You need to find an attorney in Lorain County that handles estate planning and contested guardianship. (I don't know that this is a contested guardianship, but your family dispute is similar to a contested guardianship.) You can find candidates through www.NAELA.org. Then, look at the attorneys' websites to see who handles estate planning and guardianship.
My experience in Elyria convinced me that, with a dispute, you need an attorney in that county.
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