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My father is terminaly ill and is legally married and living with my mother. But he has seen an attorney and drawn up a will that has his son from a previous marriage as his power of attorney and executor of his estate. He stated in his will that he is not married. My parents live in Arizona and I am concerned that my mother will be left with his credit card debt and nothing from his life insurance or pension. They are legally married for 15+ years,living together, file taxes together and so on. What advice can you give me?