What is the name of your state?Georgia- I have a friend that has been appointed Durable Power of Attorney on his mother's behalf. He also has a sister that was appointed Administrator, but it was for their father who passed away in 2017. They both live with their mother, who is dying, and my friend is having to take care of the mother. He had someone coming in to do just that, but now his sister is saying she doesn't want that help coming in the home. Does she have the right to deny my friend the help he needs with their mother? The sister claims that because she was appointed Administrator at the time of the father's death, that she has run of the estate. Doesn't durable Power of Attorney over the still surviving parent "trump" who was appointed Administrator for a parent who has passed already?