My mom -to me- has dementia. No formal diagnosis. Lives on her own. No POA or anything that I am responsible for. She lives next door alone and "does not need a caregiver " (matter of opinion there). We own her home with a life estate reserved for her and she is demanding that we sign it over so she can sell and move. No problem except that she does not have a buyer yet nor does she have a place to go. I say that until those things are in place, I won't sign over deed...but I'm about ready to hand it over and let her cards where they may. She has threatened to sue me if I don't give it over immediately. I've never said she couldn't have it, just that certain criteria (like another home to live in) had to be met first. If I just hand it over regardless, can I be held liable for her safety?