I have been the sole caregiver for my Mom who has alzheimers and has had a stroke. She lives with me and I am her POA. I have a Sister that lives out of town that hasn't as much as called her in about 6mths. My brother lives around the corner and only comes by to pick up his mail, or wants money ( that will stop now because the last time my Mom wrote him a check the bank called me because she wrote it on a check book I stopped payment on because she said it was lost) he even Ushers in Church and doesn't even acknowlegde her presence half the time.(luckly my Church Family is aware of who cares for her) He won't even answer his phone when I call for fear I will ask him to watch Mom. I have given up my life to care for her. I can't work and I have exhausted my savings and working on killing my 401K to survive. Mom does have a savings which leaves money for the three of us at her death. I have been paying her bills, buying her medicine and a new wardrode (due to excessive weight loss). My siblings have just accussed me of spending her money-I have records of my expenses so I am not worrried about that. My question is can I legally bill them from there inheritance for my care, considering they wanted to put her in a nursing home and she made it clear she would rather die, and if she was in a nursing home they really wouldn't get nothing they would take it all.. I do everything for her, take her to her several Dr. appointments, Church EVERY Sunday and even take her to my friends house when I need to get out. Hopefully someone can give me some direction.