I'm Mom's live-in caregiver for a year now, and in a couple months I'm heading home. Sisters 1 and 2 will step in to care for her. We'd discussed selling Mom's house with her moving in with Sister 1 with plenty of money to hire caregivers. Now, Sisters are discussing keeping Mom in her house and getting a reverse mortgage using the money for her care. They'd split moving in and caring for Mom. S1 lives outside of town on a farm and S2 has unpredictable and crazy work hours. Niece will fill in. I see no point to having Mom stay in her home. She doesn't know it's hers anymore. Plus, this arrangement wastes her money in taxes, utilities, insurance, and maintenance, not to mention Sisters' time and their own living arrangements. I don't understand what would happen with the RM and her house after she passes. I'm to be Mom's executor and I really don't want to have to mess with this when Mom passes. I spent a lot of time and energy getting Mom's estate set up to be easy to handle after she passes. Before I came here, when what they wanted to do I felt was wrong, I always told them that they're the ones in the trenches and I'd support them. I'll do so again with this. My mind's open. What do you all think? Suggestions?