I have a POA and am trustee on a living trust on my mother's property, also a POA health directive, Mother is 89 years old and in a board and care and has early onset dementia. She has heart trouble, lymphoma and one kidney that is working at 50%. She is uncooperative and wants to leave the board and care with my younger brother who is dysfunctional, uses substances, and takes no responsibility for everyday living responsibilities, including paying bills. Mother would be living without a washer, regular medication and in a 500 sq ft cabin with 8 dogs 10 miles from any hospital, should she live with brother. At the present time all of her needs are being met, visiting Doctors, medication, showering, meals, diapers etc. My mother has allowed brother to reside on her property for the last 40 years without any financial obligations. My question is: Do I need to file for a general conservatorship? I have 3 letters from her Doctors stating that she can no longer make decisions and have named me as the successor. Are the documents I have already enough to keep her safe and in the board and care?