My brother and his wife relocated to Arizona from Florida after my father's death in 2008, leaving me as Mom's POA in her advancing age. His parting words were "We're not interested in her house" which meant the burden of maintaining Mom's house as well as her healthcare was on my shoulders exclusively. Since I was not of retirement age, I kept working fulltime and commuted on weekends (160 miles roundtrip) to watch over Mom. As her health and memory declined, I saw the writing on the wall - sold my condo, retired and moved in with her temporarily. Now that she has passed away, my brother has resurfaced and says he "mispoke" when he initially declined his claim to the house. I am busy planning the funeral, grieving emotionally, and now my brother is coming back to attend the funeral. He's driving to save money, so does this mean he expects me to put him up for 4 days. It is Mom's house, and we share equally her assets but I can't do it - my resentment runs too deep. I'm worried there is no way out of this and I'm scared.