Burnham & Associates | Stephanie K. Burnham
You will need to file a Guardianship in the Circuit Court Probate Division and be appointed your brother's guardian over his estate. If there is currently no power of attorney for health care the Court will also look to appoint someone Guardian over your brother's person as well.
Answer Applies to: New Hampshire
Martinson & Beason, PC | Douglas C Martinson II
You would need to file for a Conservatorship over him. I serve as County Conservator in Madison County and can help you up here or help you locate an attorney in Alabama as I work with County Conservators all over the state. Good luck and sorry to hear about that. Doug
Answer Applies to: Alabama
The Law Offices of Laurie E. Ohall, P.A. | Laurie E. Ohall
Unfortunately, if he has no POA, your only alternative is to file for guardianship over him. A guardianship proceeding is a court proceeding where he will be determined incapacitated and a guardian will be appointed to act on his behalf. You should seek the counsel of an attorney (as Florida law requires that the proposed guardian be represented by an attorney).
Answer Applies to: Florida