Currently splitting in-home care with a family member who is becoming impossible to work with and threatening my father's well being to get their way. We don't have money to pay out of pocket but his pension is too much to qualify for assistance. I need a step by step plan. In the eldercare community it seems as though no one offers actual advice and they just want to email information to you. I am not going to stake my father's well being on my ability to learn all about long term elder care programs in few weeks. I need someone with legal and eldercare expertise who can look over my father's finances and design a path to get from point A to a care facility that insures his assets are dealt with the best way. I have found some attorneys but they appear to be focused on upper class income levels. A couple of good sources offering bits of useful advice do not work with people in my area. Please chime in with advice, personal experience and recommendations. FYI I have POA for finance and health, authorization to access bank funds, manage his finances, I am executor of the will, named as DNR agent, etc.