My 96-year-old mom has dementia. She also broke her hip and had surgery to repair in January. After nursing home and board & care stay, she is now living in my home. Her dementia will prevent her from ever returning to her mobile home and I must sell it. I've read all kinds of accusations about elder financial abuse by family members. But, my mom can afford to pay. Is it unethical to charge her to live in my home? The process of moving her from another state a couple of years ago into her mobile home and taking care of her and her mobile home and now moving her to my home has taken a huge toll on my time and my finances. I'd like to know the legal implications without having to pay an attorney for advice. I have my mom's POA. I am the executor of her trust when she passes. If I place my mom in a memory care or board and care facility it will cost far more than keeping her at my home. Please advise.