My mother is currently the primary caretaker of my elderly grandmother who has dementia. My mother lives and cares for my grandmother in my grandmother's home and has been doing so since my grandfather passed away 10 years ago. My uncle has power of attorney. Recently, my uncle informed my mother he was going to put her house on the market to sell and with the sale of the house give my mother "her cut" of what she would have gotten after my grandmother were to pass, before she passes. He and his wife would than take over the care of my grandmother in their home. The will my grandfather left specifies that as long as my mother is taking care of my grandmother and maintaining the property (bills, taxes, etc.) that she can stay for as long as she would like.
Is this even legal in the state of Florida? Does she have any legal recourse? Can he just sell the house from under her and use the rest of that money to care for her without the consent of the three other siblings?
Need Help...Thank You