Thank you for your prompt response. Here is an outline of the situation.
My husband suffers from Parkinson's disease, is 82 years old and may have the onset of dementia. We are married for 29 years,he has four sons from his late wife. Of the four sons, one has a criminal record, and a string of shady business deals behind him.
The rest of us, I and 3 sons, are struggling to look after his welfare, while my husband's health and behaviour deteriorates, this includes on his part, creating considerable havoc in the family. He has put the son with the criminal record on the POA, as well as myself and another son. Neither the third son nor I want to share POA with Jonathan, with his past conviction for drug dealing.
My husband's own lawyer tries to advise him, but we are at a stage were it is impossible to speak logically to him, all we get is abusive responses (aggressive behaviour due to his condition in part) Meanwhile I am his sole carer, though fully supported emotionally by his other sons, and I am at the end of my tether, and want to make sure I can protect myself from any potential wrongdoing.
I appreciate your help,