Not sure what resources are out there. Hope someone does. Used Poa to hide grandmom's money from her son and his daughter. Got her bills caught up. Now he has convinced her that she needs to revoke my POA. She has AD and just wants to be safe and not worry about things that she says she doesn't understand. He calls my home and threatens me, tries to manipulate her and now has his ex-wife and his current wife badgering grandmom to do things she doesn't understand. I have an attorney involved, but the process of getting guardianship and conservatorship is soooo long. I have already been bonded to take care of her finances and spoken to SSI about being named representative payee. What else can I do to continue to protect her while still protecting myself and my children?
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