What information will I need to prove a POA is invalid and will I have to go to court to do so?

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What information will I need to prove a POA is invalid and will I have to go to court to do so?

My mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s but had given me POA prior to her diagnosis. My estranged brother took my mother to a doctor she had never seen before without my knowledge (I didn’t even know he had been in contact with her). He had her deemed “sound of mind” just long enough for her to sign POA over to him and then immediately deemed unable to care for herself in order to take over as her guardian.

Asked on February 15, 2012 under Estate Planning, Texas

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