My father passed away in August and he was my mothers primary care giver. My father left my mother very comfortable. I have three sisters and two of them plus myself share caring for my mother. My parents had a trust which states that anything left would be split equally 4 ways, My youngest sister does not contribute at all to my mothers care. In fact, she only sees my mother once a month for 5 minutes and only lives 30 minutes away, where my other sisters travel between 1 and 3 1/2 hours. My parents have helped the youngest sister out financially for the past couple years, even buying her a 15,000 car, but since my Dad's passing her funds were cut off. If the remaining sisters document their time spent taking care of my mother, when she passes away can we be paid from her accounts first for care taking and then the remainder be slipt 4 ways. My mom is had a stroke 3 1/2 years ago, but has some long term affects, but right now she is suffering mainly from a broken heart after 62 years of marriage to my father and dementia is setting in. I don't want to pay my sisters and myself now, because I don't know what the future holds for my mom and how much care she'll need beyond us. My mother does not qualify medicaid, because of her financial status.