It appears you would need to start a guardianship proceeding if she does not have the legal capacity to
understand a legal document.
The answer given does not imply that an attorney-client relationship has been established and your best course of action is to have legal representation in this matter.
Joe is right. 'Legal Capacity' is the issue here. Seems like you'll need to start Conservatorship Proceedings right away. I recommend you contact Joe's firm and get started. Good Luck.
My answer is based on the limited facts presented. It doesn’t create an attorney-client relationship. Use the ‘Find-A-Lawyer’ search engine at the top of this page and follow proper legal advice.
Mom can not sign any documents given her lack of capacity. I suggest you meet with an avvo attorney to review the current power first to determine if it gives you the powers you need before beginning guardianship proceedings. Mr. Pippen has quite a few Florida offices and hopefully one will be convenient for you.