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Alzheimer's Power of Attorney
What do you do when you want to get power of attorney of a parent with Alzheimer’s and she can't give her consent?
Chad in Arizona, 48
This is a legal matter and needs to be attended to by a lawyer or an elder care lawyer since when someone has been designated as having dementia or Alzheimer’s, they’re usually not considered competent to sign legal documents.
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