Is there away to keep mom at home with me.. And if Brother has the bank power can he stop paying her morgage and utilities and food.. And how much for Lawyer?? And what needs to be done to get it done??
Perhaps, but much, much more information is required. Your allegations are not nearly enough to provide guidance. You need to contact an attorney, attorneys cannot contact you.
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You would have to petition for a Conservatorship but your likelihood of success depends on what power your brother has (POA?) and whether she was competent to give it to him.
It sounds like what you are asking about would be best served by a conservatorship over your mother. There is no such thing as a bank power. Whomever gets the powers to act for your mother (estate and person) they would still need to make the mortgage payments and must provide your mother with the proper care for her health and safety. Talk to a probate attorney to get help and a consutation as to what needs to be done.
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