My husband is in a memory care unit at the cost of $10000/ month. It is eating through our assets rapidly. We still have a cabin up north that our one son goes to as often as possible. It is 9 hours away so he goes around 5-6 times a year. He is the one of our four children who loves this place. My financial adviser advises me to sell it as I still pay about $4000/year for taxes, insurance, utilities, etc. The proceeds from the sale would help to offset expenses of care somewhat. In my heart I agree, I haven't been there in 3 years and that is ok, I am visiting my husband daily here. The inner struggle I have in selling is not my sentiment of the place, but I feel like I am breaking my son's heart by selling. Everyone else seems like it is right to sell, but I don't get those vibes from him. I don't need this turmoil (and it is probably my own making). Need help with this decision or rather I need to accept doing it without guilt. Need some input please. Thanks.