Is possible that home care, assisted living, nursing homes, specialist, etc and goes on and on can pursue coming after the personal assets of a caregiver where there is no accounts attached to the caregiver that is providing services for. Also caregiver has dual power of attorney and is the primary beneficiary in will?
Naturally if you agree to the terms of the services provided. I assume it’s no different than co-sign on a loan and you agree to the terms of the contract. If you sign they will try to liquidate assets available to them. Obviously Your assets are at risk if you sign to the contract for and agree to services they provide. I don’t know, and just for advice for those that may have been through a situation.