Upon preliminary objections to a complaint filed in the Civil Division alleging abuse of a power of attorney, the action was transferred to the Orphans’ Court, which has exclusive jurisdiction under 20 Pa.C.S. § 711(22). Preliminary objection alleging that the plaintiff was incapacitated was dismissed because it would be a denial of due process without following the standards of 20 Pa.C.S. § 5501, and a demurrer as to misuse of funds from a joint account was denied, because the mere fact that the defendant’s name is on the account does not allow the defendant to withdraw funds for his own benefit, citing 20 Pa.C.S. 6303(a). Hawk v. Gelnette and Hawk, 6 Fid.Rep.3rd 219 (Jefferson Co. C.P. 3/17/2016).