Like I said in the title guardian wants to split possessions.
Here is the whole story.
Through a very contentious guardianship proceeding, it was agreed that an independent guardian would be appointed to care for my mom.
Since then, mom has been moved to a memory care facility. I know the plan is to sell the house. I was told months ago that her possession would be sold, but the children would have first opportunity to buy items.
Now, I have learned that the guardian wants to mark (or sticker) all items in house. One color for me, one for my sibling, and one that we don't care about. If we cannot agree to an item it will be marked for storage. Storage that my mother will have to pay for!
I do not believe this is in the best interest of my mother. Why would her things be given to us when they can be sold for her care? And if we cannot agree on the item - why should my mother pay for storage and this settled at her death?
Would a judge approve that my mother pay for storage of items that she will never use again?
By the way - my mom does not know where she is or who anyone is anymore. She has no mental capabilities anymore.
Should I challenge the guardian and say that these items should be sold or at least be paid for by myself and sibling?