My father is incapacitated and my durable power of attorney is about to be enacted. In the DPA, it states granted powers include " To exercise any power I may have to withdraw assets from any trusts ". In limitations on powers granted it states " To exercise any trustees powers under an irrevocable trust of which my agent is a settlor and I am a trustee"
My father is the settlor and trustee of the Revocable Trust. I am the beneficiary and I also have power of attorney. It would seem to be from the language above that I could in fact alter any aspect of the trust once I enact power of attorney because A) it's a revocable trust, NOT an irrevocable trust and B) Because I am not the settlor.