Can I contest the handling of money by my power of attorney representative? The answer is yes, under Florida law. The power of attorney who is now called an agent is responsible to prepare an accounting of the handling of any of your monies. I find that most of the time they do not do that, particularly if they’ve mishandled it, but certainly you can sue them for if they used the money improperly and that they have a, what they call it. They’re in a position of trust called a fiduciary relationship and they don’t use the money for your behalf or what they’re authorized to use it for. They are reliable to you for any abuses of the power of attorney. You have any questions, give me a call at (727) 847-2288.