MrNoodly said:My attitude has been, if you don't hear from me, don't bother looking. Just let me decompose.
Qxxx said:Ha good for you, LOL. Since I didn't see it in this thread, let me add the most despicable words in the English language, depending upon your perception of course .... Power of Attorney.
When my father was dying, my 2 sisters got PoA over his estate, unbeknownst to me. Then 6 months later, much of what he had was gone, gone, gone with the wind, all legal. Then after he died, "I" received a letter in the mail from an attorney a few months later, saying "I" was liable for such and so, and was being sued in a state on the other side of the country. As I was an inheritor in the estate, I was partially liable for the debts my sisters had incurred via PoA. Specifically, in this case, they had taken out a reverse mortgage, and after my father died, it of course became due. By time all was settled, there was essentially no estate left. So much for my sister the lawyer.