You should consult with an attorney in your father's area who is familiar with guardianships. Some states will honor a medical POA over the guardian's judgment. You should check to see what powers a guardian would have in light of your father's POA and medical directive. Good luck.
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If your aunt is listed as first on the medical poa then she legally can make all medical decisions for your father. Even though you are his only child that does not give you the right to make health care decisions or financial decisions without either a valid power of attorney or a court appointed guardian.
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