Mom is in memory care, my sister has POA. She lives closest and primary care taker of mom, she makes all decisions about health care, finances etc. I fly in once a month or when requested for me to be there, for sister's vacations (sometimes 3 times in 1 month). I want to be included in the decision making, at the very least know what is going on with my mom. I have scheduled 2 family meetings (3 kids) to discuss, we make decisions together, then I hear later she changed he mind and did something else, after the fact. She will not allow me to see anything, such as the POA (don't know if it is durable or not), the Trust, the finances. I am not sure that my Mom's wishes are being honored. I know the bill is being paid to facility, where Mom lives. But that is all I know. I just want to be included, at least know what is happening with my mom. My sister sold my mom's house about 2 months ago. Did not tell me. I found out after the fact. Do I have any rights as 1 of 3 children to know what is going on (healthcare, finances) with my Mom? If so, what rights do I have as non-POA child? If I have any rights, what type of attorney do I hire to exercise those rights? Does my sister have any responsibilities to let her siblings know what is going on with our mom (healthcare, finances)?