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Asked on: 7/26/04, 12:41 am

Is guardianship needed if mother already has poa and moa?

my sister has both durable poa and moa. her son is severly brain damaged. in a coma 3 years now. son was married one month prior to accident. new wife took my sister to court in hopes of gaining guardianship for money purposes. the court appointed my sister. documents were presented in court. sister posted bond. now the court wants 160,000.00

bond which is hard to get. big question? didn't my sister already have all the power she needed to care for her son.

and could this guardianship be reversed? thank you

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