Ninety-One Year Old not Adjudicated Incapacitated

A son’s petition to have his 91 year old mother declared incapacitated was denied when the son had a power of attorney for his mother and controlled her finances, so that it was unlikely that his mother would become the victim of designing persons, and there was insufficient evidence that his mother was unable to care for herself, or that there were medical conditions requiring frequent monitoring by a physician.  In re D.G., Alleged Incapacitated Person, 7 Fid.Rep.3d 116 (O.C. Berks Co. 2016).

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