I was the the caregiver for my Dad and my worthless siblings made my life a living hell.. From dealing with adult services and law enforcement. But i learned the hard way, being a caregiver for a loved one is the hardest job ever and get used to everything being ur fault. Well im here to let you know if your in a predicament like this make sure you arrange in writing some kind of agreement of a final payment. I was so caught up on helping my dad, I didn't even think of when his condition gets beyond my capabilities. Well that time is here and instead of family members thanking me they look as if I spent the whole time draining his account. When in fact I was using my own money to purchase medication, vitamins, glasses, etc... Well now my job is over no help from brother and sister, im now receiving food stamps and living with my mum. Not what I planned at all.. Sometimes we get so tied up thinking about the lose of a loved one and our own life gets over looked. Make sure you look after yourself 50/50 maybe 60/40 and just remember once the siblings gets to tough on you, just start walk in.... Because once they start it never ends and they won't feel thankful for what you had done nor will they feel as if they owe you anything. Just get the mind frame as if this is your job.