What are the other sibling rights to mother's property if one sibling has power of attorney and the other sibling never left home and is over forty years of age?

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  • Power of Attorney is to give the sibling mentioned and acknowledged by the mother to perform their affairs when the mother cannot such as paying bills; investing money, etc., and no one else can take the right away from the Power of Attorney mentioned since the mother requested this person, not even the sibling who is 40 years old and living at home. Once a parent dies the Power of Attorney no longer exists and the Executor (male) or Executrix (female) named will put the Will into Probate which will pay off any debts before the Estate is settled and any property or monies left will be divided as the parent's Will stated.
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