Putting this out there in hope of some additional advice. I have had POA for my mother for about six years, live 165 miles away and have made numerous trips for various health crises. My brother has been part of this first responder process, but lives 650 miles away. A third sibling is disabled, lives 300 miles away, and has pressured my mother to sign a statement, and/or change the existing will to state that the family home should be sold to her and her husband. They have also tried to get my mother to agree that they should move in and take care of her. Besides being disabled, our third sibling has voiced intentions to take her own life due to her serious physical problems and has a history of being highly litigious. It's not reasonable to believe that this would be anywhere near a reasonable solution for our mother. When we are not physically present, there would likely be an attempt to have my mother alter the existing will. Recently we had to have family members present during a visit to the house. Our sibling was accompanied by a bank official (posing as a personal assistant) who we suspect was prepared to notarize any document, and possibly carrying video/audio devices. We have received some advice, but wondering if anyone has additional observations that could help us deal with this.