I would believe that depending on state law, that any valuables should go to whom her living will states. Regaurdless of power of attorney. An absolutely wrong answer. A living will has nothing to do with a person's assets. A power of attorney is no longer good once the person dies. I am assuming the mother is in a nursing home and the brother has sold the house. This is the only way the sale would be legal. If this is the case you need to talk to an attorney immediately. From personal experience he can and will spend all of the money leaving your mother with nothing. You need to act immediately to protect your mother. If she has passed away you need to start probate and have yourself named as executor of the estate.
The monster frames Justine for her brother's death. The monster killed Justine's brother, William, because of his relation to Victor Frankenstein, whom he wants revenge against for creating such a horrible wretch such as himself. The monster strangles William to death, takes the picture of his mother from his possession, and plants it in Justine's pocket while she takes a rest and sleeps in a barn while looking for her brother. Justine is put on trial when the picture is found in her pocket, and she is executed. So, the monster indirectly killed Justine.
The cast of The Student Pocket Guide - 2008 includes: Kaiser Chiefs as Themselves Danny Dyer as Himself - Interviewee Mark Ronson as Himself - Interviewee Shed Seven as Themselves Rick Witter as himself
The cast of A Pocket Full of Rye - 1957 includes: Franklyn Engelman as Himself - Narrator
It is slang to describe it when a guy is "touching" himself through his pockets. The guy could just be scratching himself when he is caught in the act.
Henri Richard - the younger brother of Maurice 'The Rocket' Richard
Tom vs. Himself Tom vs. Nature
Ooga is a character from pocket god and used to be my imaginary freind witch betray me but my sister defeated him.Booga is his brother on the app called pocket god that is 99.cents on itunes.
The mother seahorse lays eggs and the eggs go in the father seahorse's pocket.
The "Pocket" family lived in Hammersmith. They were relations of Herbert Pocket whom Pip initally met and fought with in Miss Havershams garden. Matthew Pocket(Herbert's father), Herbert's mother, Startop, and Bentley Drummle.
Good question. The captain sank his own ship, then shot himself.
Maurice Richard was nicknamed "The Rocket" for his fiery and passionate play. His younger brother, Henri, was often referred to as "The Pocket Rocket" or later as simply "The Pocket".
Bilbo finds the ring on the bank of the lake where Gollum lives, and put it in his pocket. While thinking about it he says to himself 'What have I got in my pocket?', which Gollum takes as a real question and he cannot answer it.
Pocket is a noun (a pocket) and a verb (to pocket).
he spoiled miss havisham
you mean pocket vote or pocket veto?
pocket calculator is a calculator that we keep in our pocket
On these days the kids have to play inside!(her pocket)
If your mother owes 6,000 dollars on her credit cards and you have power of attorney you are no obligated to pay for her expenses. It only means that you handle her money. There are lists and lists of your responsibilities as an Agent, but you do not have to use your money to cover her expenses. You should consult a lawyer and if you haven't been thus far, begin keeping records and recites of every expense your mother needs. This is integral when it comes to paying bills. To prove that you are not financially responsible with your money for her needs. If you keep good records you could potentially be reimbursed for any out of pocket incursions. You should read your power of attorney document thoroughly to fully understand your responsibilities as the Agent.
To be out of pocket means literally Out of money
Herbert knows that Miss HAvisham was a spoiled little girl. She had an "evil step-brother." He knows that around 28 years ago, she fell in love. Herbert's father, Matthew Pocket, was the only one who warned Miss Havisham that her love might have been swindling her. It turns out, Matthew Pocket was right. Her love was in cahoots with her step-brother, and together her step-brother and her fiance, they ran off with her money.
Yes, the word 'pocket' is a noun (pocket, pockets), a verb (pocket, pockets, pocketing, pocketed), and an adjective. Examples: noun: You should put the cash in your pocket. verb: You can pocket the change. adjective: I put all of my pocket change in a jar.
Pocket money is called pocket money because money was put into the pockets.If money was in the pocket, the person could spend it
He put the change in his pocket.I bought a pocket watch.He found a crumpled business card in his jacket pocket.
There is no way your mother could be wrong. I mean what does she know, she only brought you into this world. Tell her how wrong she is for doing that! Maybe you're lucky and she never gives you any pocket money ever again!