Six years ago I inherited a really nice mobile home.It needed a little work,so I fixed it up and had my elderly mother move into. She lived there for five years. I maintained it and also took care of my mother. I had my own home close by. Mom's was like a second home. The MH was an investment for the future. A few months ago my brother took my mom to live with him and wife. Brother and I had a fallout after I found out he had called Adult Protective Services before he took mom. I don't know why he didn't just confront me if he thought I wasn't taking care of mom right. I'm easy going and receptive, so I don't know. They never contacted me. My brother was pushy and wanted access to mom's bank accounts and all. He had plans that were hidden from me. I felt he and mom were pushing me away. Mom was letting him take over everything I did for her. In the meantime, the MH is sitting there because the park didn't allow renters. Brother is isolating mom from me and the friction picks up between him and I. I refused to abide with everything he was asking because I just didn't feel right. I sort of felt abandoned. The next thing I know is brother changed locks on MH. He had the right because I titled it in mom's name and he and I both have POA. l have zero ownership unless mom dies even though I am a registered owner. I should have titled it joint owners, then if sold I'd at least get my 1/2 portion, better than nothing. But I didn't. I added myself as Transfer on Death, meaning if it's sold, I get nothing, my mother gets the whole check. In turn, brother opened a new account and he is sole beneficiary. He will put the money in that account. I'm basically out of luck and feel ripped off. I'm out the 40K profit and conniving brother gets it. I have little retirement savings left and I need the money. I can't believe one simple little thing like that could cost me everything. I was blindsided with all of this. I know there's no way he will give me 1/2 of sale price. People get vicious when it comes to money. I've called around for some legal advice, but it sounds like there is nothing I can do. Mom never calls anymore. We were close all our lives. Don't think she cares anymore. Feeling lonely and sad. had to vent.