How do I become Power of Attorney for my grandfather who I am already Court Order Conservator and Guardianship for?

Asked on March 25, 2014 under Estate Planning, Michigan

Answers:

Marjorie DeCastro-Hirsch / The Law Offices of DeCastro-Hirsch, P.A.

Answered 6 years ago | Contributor

An attorney will need to review your documents to determine the best way to proceed in your case. It also depends on the mental state of your grandfather. I would recommend you at least consult with an attorney to determine the best way to proceed in your case.


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