I feel my parent could live another 15 years, but person with POA believes only a few years. My parent is living well in their own home. The POA who lives out of state wants to move them to a very expensive AL, costing 3-4x as much as current expenses. Upon lots of discussions the POA stated that at age 89 the outlook was for only a few more years so they believe the funds will last. However I am the one who takes them to all their dr appt and I know they are extremely healthy (no diabetes, no heart disease, no cancer history, eats healthy). I believe they could easily live to 100, or beyond (has relatives that old). For now the POA has relented on what I feel is an impossible move. What would the POA do when the money ran out at age 94? I feel obligated to prevent my parent from disaster, but I am not the POA, and I don't have money to spend on an attorney either.