The San Francisco Chronicle reports:
Sen. Dianne Feinstein has sued to remove the trustees of her late husband’s estate, alleging they have committed financial elder abuse, refused to respond to any requests for disbursements and improperly financially enriched his daughters.
The lawsuit, filed Aug. 8, also provides additional insight into Feinstein’s power of attorney arrangement with her daughter, Katherine Feinstein. The California Democrat, 90, executed a limited durable power of attorney July 23 to allow her daughter to act as her representative in litigation matters, according to the suit.
Feinstein’s ability to access the assets of her late husband, Richard Blum, has been a point of contention in three lawsuits she filed in June, July and August against the co-trustees of his estate.
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