Hello. I've been my mother's power of attorney for two years now and I've generally done nothing too exciting. Paid her bills mostly. Now I have a brother who hasn't really got along with my mother in years, but she still loves him (of course) and wants to keep him in her will and trust. So he's still there and when my mom passes he will inherit some money. He know this and thinks of my mom's money as his. As a result, he demands that I tell him all the boring details about how much of mom's money I spend every month. So far, I've kept him up to date and, believe me, there have not been any unusual payments. My question is am I obligated to give him reports all the time or can I just do my job? Also, as an aside, my mother's POA is two years old. Do they expire under MA law? Thank you.
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