Can power of attorney be taken away from a bipolar person?
A Power of Attorney can be revoked at any time for any reason. First you need to revoke it in writing with your name and address, your agents name and address, the date you gave the POA and have the revocation notarized. State that you are revoking the powers you gave to that person. You don't have to give a reason. Give a copy to the person you had appointed as your agent and ask her/him to return any copies of the POA. Then you need to show the revocation to any bank, doctor or hospital or any other business or institution where your agent may have used it or filed it. You will need to record a copy in the land records if it empowered your agent to act for you regarding your real estate. You can then appoint a new agent if you wish.
Yes, Power of Attorney can be taken away if that person is mentally ill and the family of the person that requested the Power of Attorney deems fit to have that power taken away from the Power of Attorney. The Power of Attorney is an important action to look after particularly the financial affairs; bill paying, etc., of a sole person. Read More
Of course not! A power of attorney must be granted by the person, it cannot be taken without a court order. Read More
Does a power of attorney give the person the holder of the power the right to close out the bank account of the deceased?
No. The power of attorney ended on the death of the individual that granted it. Any actions taken after the death would be fraudulent. Read More
A Power of Attorney can be revoked at any time for any reason by the person who awarded it. No reason need be given for the action. It is EXTREMELY unlikely that one can fight the recission of a POA, since the legal power to award it, or withdraw it, resides exclusively in the person who granted it in the first place. Read More
They are usually some form of upper and I would think that would not help a bipolar person stay on task. Plus, it might interfere with the meds needed to help the bipolar condition. Read More
Certainly it can be taken away by the grantor. Or the court can replace them. Read More
Not exactly, but sometimes they can cause what is called "breakthrough mania" instead of just reducing or eliminating depression when taken by bipolars. Sometimes this is the only way a person finally gets a bipolar diagnosis, as many are not seen by doctors when they are manic otherwise. Read More
The person in custody must, prior to interrogation, be clearly informed that he or she has the right to remain silent, and that anything the person says may be used against that person in court; the person must be clearly informed that he or she has the right to consult with an attorney and to have that attorney present during questioning, and that, if he or she is indigent, an attorney will be provided at… Read More
Your cousin would like to take his sister off of your aunts power of attorney and you need to know if he needs to see a lawyer to do this as your aunt is incapable of making this decision herself?
Yes, you will need a lawyer to change the Power of Attorney and a good reason given why he sister should be taken off because she can contest this. Read More
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The Miranda rights are guaranteed by the 5th and 6th amendments. They give anybody in custody the right to remain silent, to an attorney, and to have a court appointed attorney if they don't have one. These rights must be read to a person who is taken into custody. Read More
How can husband's name be taken off joint title so car can be sold he overseas agrees sale power of attorney not valid in MO for car sales all persons on title must be present for sale to Carmax?
power of atterny He can sign and send a specific "power of attorney" giving you the right to sign in his place. The document must be signed and have a notary seal. Read More
Only if taken with power of attorney prior to death or as a joint owner of the account (and surviving owner after death). Otherwise, the bank transaction is void as against the estate and the bank should be notified to collect the misappropriated funds from the person prematurely claiming powers that can only be appointed in probate court. Read More
How do you remove a disgruntled relative who is contesting the will and has taken over the deceased person's home while the case is being fought'?
The family can request that the court appoint a temporary executor. The temporary executor will have the power to secure the property and to have the person removed. If the person had been dwelling in the premises prior to the death of the owner there may be other issues. You should consult with the attorney who is handling the estate. Read More
If that family member in any way would benefit from the POA or have any interest in the appointment of the chosen attorney-in-fact then they should not notarize the POA. In fact, it would be better to have it notarized by a disinterested third party to avoid any future challenges to the actions taken under the powers of the POA by the attorney-in-fact. Read More
You cannot 'obtain' a power of attorney. A 'POA' can only be granted by the individual who is voluntarily granting that power to you and who has legal mental capacity to do so. You may apply for a court ordered "guardianship" over someone who you believe to be mentally/physically incapable of taking care of themselves or their obligations. You must petition the court for a hearing to be held to determine if the person is… Read More
In many cases, you can phone the court and ask if there's such a warrant. If you have an attorney, they can also do that for you. If you go there to enquire in person, and one does exist, you may be taken into custody right then and there. Read More
3% of Australians are affected by psychotic illness such as schizophrenia and bipolar mood disorder at some point in their life. taken from http://www.mindframe-media.info/site/index.cfm?display=85541 Read More
Bipolar disorder has two primary states: Depression, which has the two major features of being extremely sad for long periods of time, or anhedonia, which is defined as losing interest in everything that used to be of interest. Depression switches off with periods of mania, where a person becomes obscenely happy, stays awake all night, has big ideas that are beyond normal, and taking risks that wouldn't normally be taken. To be serious enough to… Read More
POA's come in all forms, however the interested party does not file for a POA. Power of Attorney must be granted by the person to whom the action pertains. If a person is unable to grant a POA due to dementia or other mental impairment; guardianship/conservatorship will be necessary to allow another individual to take control of the incompetent person's personal and financial affairs. The process of obtaining legal adult guardianship/conservatorship is complicated and in… Read More
How do you obtain power of attorney for mentally ill family member to deal with financial decisions?
You cannot 'obtain' a power of attorney. A 'POA' can only be granted by the individual who is voluntarily granting that power themselves, to someone else. It cannot be coerced or it becomes illegal and invalid. You CAN obtain a court ordered "guardianship" over someone who you believe to be mentally/physically incapable of taking care of themselves or their obligations. You must petition the court and a hearing will be held to determine if the… Read More
No, not if you know where the child is (because then it is not missing is it!). If the father has taken the child or you are not getting your contact rights then you should consult an attorney (lawyer) and get a Court order. Read More
It depends on the type of POA you gave them (in the UK there is a special type called an enduring power of attorney) and in this case the money can only be spent for your benefit (i.e. paying your nursing home bills etc). If you are worried talk to a solicitor/attorney. Another Perspective The principal's money should always only be spent for the benefit of the principal. A power of attorney grants sweeping powers… Read More
Yes, lots of studies are being taken place with all the mental disorders. Read More
What landmark U S Supreme Court case and amendment that a person taken into custody by the police must be warned that he has the right to remain silent?
Miranda V. Arizona (1966) a person taken into custody by the police must be warned that (1) he has the right to remain silent (2) anything he says can be used against him in court (3) he has the right to the presence of an attorney and (4) if he cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for him if he so desires. The Fifth Amendment (1791) No person shall be held to answer… Read More
Lithium which is a mood stabilizer. Hi. I am personally living with one of the most advanced stages of Bipolar Disorder. I have been on the same two medications for it my whole life. They are Lamictal, which is a mood stabilizer and Risperidal, which is another mood stabilizer to be taken at night. I would recommend these two medications to anyone with Bipolar Disorder. Read More
Your spouse can take it away at any time. The court would certainly believe that you would not be representing the best interests of your spouse at that point. Read More
The use of a corporate bankruptcy attorney is to assist in the legal proceeding of filing for bankruptcy for a corporation. An attorney is necessary to make sure the process goes smoothly and everything is taken care of. Read More
Usually this work is taken on by an attorney. Read More
No medication can be safely taken when consuming alcohol because alcohol impairs judgement and that can lead to misdosing and or drug interactions that cause further impairment. ANd, if you are bipolar, you should not be drinking alcohol anyway, Maybe try and figure out why you want a drink when that is a contriutor to bipolar and will make it worse. Read More
They can be taken to together, however some may not be so physically tolerant if medications. Lithium is a mineral found in the earth and has feel good properties that will sedate the highs and lows of Bipolar. I take Valium as well which is a sedative also a feel good medication. Lithium taken for a light case of bipolar and Valium taken ONLY IF YOU HAVE PANIC disorder which is different than general anxiety… Read More
First, the trickster should be reported to the district attorney for taking advantage of a person who is at a disadvantage. Perhaps the DA could provide advice as to what steps should be taken to counteract the false POA. Perhaps they could draft a notice that could be served on any institution where the POA could be used to access bank accounts or investment accounts, or sign social security checks. If the victim owns real… Read More
It depends upon the reasons the POA is in force. If the POA is due to a person not being able to handle their financial affairs such a transaction cannot legallt be done without permission from the court. In cases where credit is obtained using power of attorney w/o court approval, the POA holder is made a joint account holder and will be equally responsible for any debt. There is often confusion about how much… Read More
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I have taken different meds for bipolar and they all seem to cause dry mouth. It is a drag but an unfortunate reality. Read More
They should be designating the beneficiary chosen by the principal unless the principal customarily leaves those decisions up to the discretion of the attorney-in-fact. However, be mindful that self-dealing or the appearance of self-dealing can/may be challenged by other interested persons down the road. Upon the death of the principal other heirs may object to the actions taken by the attorney-in-fact. Read More
A person who has taken an advance of salary, has taken a loan from his/her employer and is therefore in debt to the employer. Read More
There has not been a lot of research about the possible harm to unborn babies due to bipolar medication. It is always best to discuss the problems associated with any medication taken while pregnant. Do not stop taking your medication before speaking with your doctor, either. Some babies have had birth defects after their mothers have continued to take their bipolar medication, while others did not. Read More
Soltus is an atypical antipsychotic used to treat psychosis in schizophrenia and episodes of mania in bipolar disorder also depression in small doses. Read More
If my sister had our Aunt cosign for a loan on her house and our Aunt has been diagnosed with alzheimer's is this legal?
If your aunt had already been diagnosed at the time she signed the loan she was not legally capable of signing a contract. However, your aunt's signature makes her legally responsible for payment of the loan until evidence is presented on her behalf that she was taken advantage of by your sister. You should consult with an attorney. Your sister's behavior should also be reported to the district attorney in your jurisdiction if she has… Read More
Best way to do this is to talk to the place that holds the note on the car. They will usually work out something. If someone has power of attorney it would help out. They could just simply do a take over payments on the books. Read More
Arrest and arrest warrants are two ways that a person can be taken into custody. Read More
The People I Know That Have Taken Depakote Experenced Significant Weight Gain. This Is Not Shown In The Indications Of This Drug. But It Is My Opinion That This Happens. I`m Not Sure If There Is A Medication To Treat Bipolar Ect. That Does Not Cause Weight Gain Also. Hope This Helps Read More
Yes. You can consult an attorney if you disagree with the actions taken by the executor. The attorney will review the situation and explain your options. If the executor has acted within their authority then you will have to pay your attorney for their services. If the executor is found to have acted improperly you may be able to recover your legal costs. Read More
You would need to bring a lawsuit to a court of equity and provide evidence to the court that the attorney in fact is mishandling the principal's estate, or the principal is legally incompetent, or some other reason that would compel the court to extinguish the POA. You should also consider that the appointment of a guardian by the probate court would extinguish a POA. Read More
First you might try to contact the attorney who drafted the POA. They should have a copy in their files. Perhaps it was recorded in the land records if it gave power to convey real estate. If so then you can obtain a certified copy of the recorded document. If none of those precautions were taken at the time the document was executed, and if the original document is lost and there was no duplicate… Read More
You should consult with an attorney who can review your situation and explain your options. It seems that you are being taken advantage of by someone who wants to "have their cake and eat it too". You should consult with an attorney who can review your situation and explain your options. It seems that you are being taken advantage of by someone who wants to "have their cake and eat it too". You should consult… Read More
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