Taking Dad and Mom to medical appointments after we took their car, until death, was 100% my job. Missed work & miles & parking = deductible? I have an older sister who is executrix. I have a younger bro who is three states away. Sister literally REFUSED to be involved in medical care for either parent. Dad went at least monthly to the VA for four years. Mom went monthly to pulmonary specialists, and Ortho for hip replacement. Records are all complete and their Nursing Home charts contain details of every appt, purpose, and Plan of Action. The month before Mom passed away, on Nov. 23, 2013, I was injured badly in a fall on a Saturday, cannot walk, weight-bear, or drive since injured, have no income, have no insurance, have applied for short-term disability - no reply yet, and my sister the executrix states that she is done and has nothing to do with the estate now, that I should contact the elder care attorney. I sent him a brief note asking about any benefits if a person assisted the elder parents with their medical care, a week ago. No response yet. Also, in the will, it states that I am to receive the "automobile" from the estate. Well, sister told me to sell it right after Dad had an accident in it, which I did with no trouble. It was a new Lincoln AWD beauty and she said they needed the money ASAP for nursing home payments at the time. that was about four years ago and I got $22K for the car. I never saw the wills until last week, again, the attorney doesn't seem to be answering me, when I ask, "don't I get the dollar value of selling the 'automobile', as stated in the wills that I am bequeathed the 'automobile'? Thank You.