Mom  lives in AL, a really great one, for a year now with 24 hour nursing care and a doctor on site, housekeeping, laundry services, hairdresser, tons of activities, 3 home cooked meals, parties, and no covid cases. She scored 9 out of 30 on her competency exam, but she screams she does not have anything wrong with her mind. She has a phone in her room and has dialed 911 at least 6 times for various reasons., i.e. paranoia, burglars, her health, animals in her room, but the last one was to file a warrant for my arrest for not allowing her to leave, taking all her money and leaving the state. The police and squad usually come, assess her and leave. She loves being fussed over. This time only one policewoman came, looked over the paperwork, and told her in the presence of staff, this was a guardianship issue and not a police matter. She was not happy. I only have POA, we have court papers signed by a doctor for guardianship, but have not gone to court. The estimated cost is between $4,000 and $10,000 due to her contesting the guardianship and neither of us have that kind of money. I'm 70 years old. The other issue is the courts are so back logged, we're looking at one year out before a hearing. I talked to the attorney, AL, her siblings, my brother, my kids and her friends and let them know I was disconnecting her room phone and gave them her new number. They all said it was a good idea. She now will use the AL phone to make and receive calls. But, now I'm dis-owned, she no longer has a daughter, and she refuses to talk to me. She's asked the AL to take her to the bank, but they refused. I handle her finances, pay bills, but she does still writes one check a week to have her hair done at the AL. Its been two weeks since this incident. Should I wait this out until she calls me with some need, i.e. pads, toiletries, treats? What is my next step?