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re: Powers of the Executor
Thu, Oct 11 2007 1:27 PM
Joined on Thu, Mar 30 2000
Son may be a card carrying snook but your post does not suggest its an estate matter.
Mom, or her properly empowered designee may be able to compel Son to account for his act where her POA.
Whe Dad died Mom took property as hers by action of title--not probate. Lands were 100% hers.
Dads executor should have addresed any of debts which were just dads--did he? Sounds like he blew that one. If I was hounded by Dads creditors I'd give them the executors name and address.
If Mom empowered son to sell the real estate--thats her right. If she lost rack of where the monies went--shame onher--but if son acted as her poa na dlined his own pockets (as your tone suggests) she has a right to recover same for a modest time window upon discovery of same. Now if she "gifted" it to her ever loving son its a lost cause. Do you know exactly what she did.
I'm not sure creditors can attach SS-I'd check that out and make sure its not deposited anywhere it can sit and be found--irrespective of if it can be attached via the front door..