my brother is both executor and power of attorney before my dad even passed away he gave my son his brand new truck and gave them their inheritance and wrote me 2 checks for 7 thousand dollars tottal they are excluding me from familly meeting and my brother also gave my daughtrer power of attorney and daughter and son are calling conflict of interest and are excluding me from everything my dadsv house is my physicall address they wont even let me get physicall belongings of mine or anything of my dads also my brother added my siblings children to the will
You need to stop and speak with an attorney. It sounds like there is a will. UNTIL the court appoints an executor of the will NO ONE has the power to tell anyone else what to do. If the house is where you lived you are free to live there until an executor is appointed and a 30 or 60 day notice is given. As for the rest of the stuff with the family members your post is confusing but I don't see anything that suggests any conflicts of interest.
Powers of Attorney are greatly misunderstood and misused. Once your Dad passed, any POW he granted is no longer valid. Your Dad's Will MUST be probated and submitted to a probate court in order for your brother to have any legal authority regarding his estate. Administration of an estate can't be done in secret but all heirs must be told what is going on. If your brother hasn't admitted the Will to Probate court, then suggest you file a petition to both produce the Will and ask the court to appoint you as adminsitrator because it appears your brother is more interest in power plays then doing with is right. Lawyer up.
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