I'm sorry if this is the wrong forum for this question. My mother has Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship for my 86 year old grandmother. My grandmother still lives on her own and, for her age, has great mental faculties, although she saw a specialist who diagnosed her with very early onset of Dementia, but it's barely affected her. My Mum takes care of my grandmother all day, everyday, and was my grandfather's carer before he passed away. Now my Aunt, who until this year wanted nothing to do with my grandmother, has started nagging my mother to get my grandmother to sign power of attorney to my Aunt. Every time that my grandmother refuses to sign, my Aunt threatens my Mum that she'll sue her and request a review with the Civil and Administrative Tribunal. My Aunt lives 8 hours away and hardly ever answers her phone when my mother calls. My Mum is beyond stressed and terrified that she'll lose Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship for my grandmother. Can my Aunt really do anything? And if she can, what are our options?