can he asign some one else to take over as POA without her consent ?can he get her Mother POA with out her daughters consent... she's not in a good mental level to handle her fathers life insurance in her bank account she's to pay her fathers depts ... but now she got in trouble which she's in and out of jail and he wants to hand it over to her Mother to dael with her fathers Depts.
Generally no. However, many powers of attorney list successor agents. If hers does this, he can resign and the successor can then act as agent.
You should definitely look towards the language of the POA here. As my colleague stated in her response, if there is a successor attorney-in-fact named and the POA grants the attorney(s)-in-fact the power to resign, then the boyfriend can do so. Also, POAs sometimes allow the attorney-in-fact to appoint their own successor. Based on the foregoing, I recommend having a licensed attorney in your state review the POA to determine what rights the boyfriend has to resign.
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