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Asked on: 6/25/03, 2:49 pm

Something does not add up--I am one named as having power of attorney

In a General Power of Attorney document drafted in 1995, my husband was named as a co-power of attorney to represent my grandfather who died in July of 2002. The other person listed as having power of attorney did not contact us about matters relating to my grandfather's estate. We are very concerned that my father will not receive his inheritance due to underhanded activity on my uncle's part. If the power of attorney states the cousin's name ''and'' my husbands name, doesn't the ''and'' mean they both have to be consulted in matters concerning the estate of my grandfather? We feel my uncle may have pulled something over on us. If the power of attorney was revoked, we were not notified of such a change.

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