Many years ago my mother borrowed money from me – a couple times. She kept notes of what she borrowed. I also helped...Read more
If your mother is still legally competent, she can revoke her existing durable power of attorney and execute a new one naming you or someone else as her new agent. If she does not have legal capacity, you will have to go to court to have a conservator or guardian appointed, who could then revoke the existing power of attorney.
For more on the power of attorney, click here.
Medicaid Rules, etc