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My father-in-law died in January at the age of 90. His girlfriend of 13 years was living with him in Attleboro for the past three years, and our family has always treated her as his "common law" wife. Her brother, from Canada, came down while we were in Florida arranging for his internment and somehow got a power of attorney from Vicky. He proceeded to sell her car, which also belonged to my father, take 87,000 out of her bank account and is not in Florida trying to sell her condo. He had her moved to a smaller room in the assisted living case, which is being paid by insurance anyway. We've been told by him and by the assisted care facility that we are not family and have no right to know anything. Vicky wants to move back to Florida, and doesn't understand what her brother is doing.
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