I've benefited so much from the genuine responses of so many questions asked on this forum that I finally decided to ask one of my own questions. Mom is 82 with ALZ moderate to severe. She's having delusions of having won the lottery and is accusing my sister of unfairly dividing up the money. I know this to be 100% untrue. My sister and I have been working together to consolidate my moms funds to make it easier when the time comes to go on Medicaid. My mother has asked for my help to go to a lawyer (which she can't really afford) to get this straightened out. I know my sister isn't doing anything wrong but I want to do something to show my mom that all her finances are as she would want them. I asked what she would like to happen to fix the issue. She said either going to a lawyer or to the bank. Neither of which is really an option since there's nothing either could do. Looking for suggestions to appease my mom. Her memory is such that she mis-remembers but she won't forget that we talked about it and until "something" is done she'll keep bringing it up. Any advice?