He has lived with me full-time since his graduation from high school. He is not disabled mentally or physically, but I cannot bring myself to ask him to leave. He does little to no chores, has no social interaction with others at all, receives "universal healthcare" benefits, and refuses to work. I provide all his needs and am still working full-time. I have other children who have tried in numerous ways to encourage their sibling to move out, but all their efforts have failed. We've tried counselors, but my son will not even respond during discussions. After 22 years of my son living like this with me, he has no job skills whatsoever, and no social skills. I do not know what he will do if I would ever have to go into a nursing home, or when I die. I do not know how to provide for him after my death. I cannot leave him a lump sum because he would spend it quickly, and he would no longer qualify for medical assistance. I have heard that establishing a trust would be a good choice, but I also know that they are expensive. What advice do you have for how I can handle this situation? At 75, I want to retire, but I am worried that my finances and savings will not be enough to provide for him in the future. Everyone tells me I should make him leave, but I just can't do it. Your help would be appreciated.