Obtaining a Power of Attorney?

I need direction. My aunt (mom's sister) passed away. My aunt has no parents or children so Florida law says my aunt's siblings are to inherit her estate (aka: my mom). If my mom wants me to handle the attorney and estate issues (the story is much too long), do I need to get a power of attorney from her to act on her behalf? Thank you for any and all insight. I don't even know where to begin.

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May 31, 20160 found this helpful

I strongly suggest that you discuss your concerns with an attorney experienced in wills, estates and elder issues. Once you understand the laws, etc., you can then decide the best way to handle your mother's estate issues. The best way may indeed be to retain an attorney to manage your mother's concerns. You can then be assured that all issues and questions are correctly and legally handled.

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