How non-family members can hold power of attorney in probate cases
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FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. -- (WXYZ) -- How did a Farmington Hills man lose out on tens of thousands of dollars of his rightful inheritance to total strangers?

It’s a drama that played out between several different courtrooms, and it’s all part of a controversial probate practice that 7 Investigator Heather Catallo has been investigating for more than a year.

And this time, there’s a serious twist.

This case raises a lot of ethical questions about conflicts of interest. Now, the 7 Investigators have learned that this is going to be referred to the Attorney Grievance Commission for a full review.

FULL STORY: How non-family members can hold power of attorney in probate cases

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