My 94 year old Mom went to visit with my sibling and while she was there she got very sick and had emergency surgery. She's 94 and has dementia. She had been living with me, and we had a personal care agreement in place whereby she contributed $3000 per month for room, board, and care. I'm her POA, and now my sibling should be compensated. But because she is much more helpless now and needs more care, he wants a Personal Care Agreement that specifies at least $6000 per month paid to him. I realize this is likely the amount she would have to pay if she were in a nursing home, and maybe that amount is warranted. As her POA, I want to know what my responsibility is in getting a fair deal for Mom with regard to payments for her care. Must I go to the other state, hire a lawyer, and oversee this new contract?