What happens if the one holding the power of attorney dies? And how can he get out of it of having a power of attorney as well?
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Your question is a bit unclear and detail is lacking so I'm making certain assumptions. It seems that Grandmother allegedly forced Grandson to sign a Power of Attorney authorizing Grandmother to be able to act on Grandson's behalf? If he has in fact done so, he can always revoke the Power of Attorney. Also, if Grandmother dies, the backup agent (if he actually named one) would then be able to act for him.