He was proved wrong, but... I am 3rd of 3 sons. I started in home caring for my parents 10/2010, Mom's mind was very alert, it was her poor little body that finally broke down 02/2014. Dad has had dementia prior to me moving in. Mom called me for help as I lived 45 mins. away. I had been doing all finances, bills, bank, etc. Mom was an ex bank officer and everything was good. April this year, 2016, more than 2 years from Mom's passing. #2 wanted past bills and bank statements. Need to say this, I used their credit card for my personal purchases and would deposit whatever it was and sometimes even put extra in if needed, ALL Documented. #3 is executer and guardian while I'm caregiver and we get along great. Well #2 called for a meeting and accused me of actually stealing $ from Dad. He had a lot of proof, but left out deposits and added different household purchases to make it look bad. My brother, his wife and I proved him wrong. #3 took over the finances for me, which helps, but now #3 wants me to show purchases for home to him to show #2. To me this very tedious. Again, I am the in home caregiver of my 96 year old father w/ dementia. Somehow, I feel #3 has taken accountability/ responsibility to far and wants me to deposit $200. a month to help Dad out while they help $0.00. I'm the 24/7 caregiver and do not take a penny and he wants me to pay to live here while I am caregiver. Makes no sense. I will not quit taking care of our Dad, that I will not happen. He loves his backyard, the sky and glider while he sips his 'Merlot' wine. I do not want to be paid for taking care of my Dad, period, but it makes no sense for me to pay when other in home caregivers get paid $, not pay $ to be caregiver. Oh, I get a whopping $904. monthly from Social Security and am 63 years old. I had to vent, not trying to cry on your shoulders, but I am hurt and confused.