Hi: My husband and I have been married for 30+ years....together for a few more years than that. He suffered three strokes in less than two years. He has dementia. I attended a Caregiver Conference where a workshop presenter encouraged us caregivers to reach out and ask for help. Even long-distance family members. I did. The response I received was shocking! I was accused of "diverting funds" from my husband.....our business (which actually always has been in my name since I created the concept and business model) and the kicker was that if the family contributed financially - they did not trust me to use the money for his care (adult care center). I was absolutely shocked to the point I consulted with an attorney....none of the allegations are true, and I have proof I never did....the family thinks my husband had "significant assets" when in fact he did not. Why this is even mentioned after 30+ years I do not know. I sent IRS statements to them to show my husband sold all of his stocks BEFORE we even started dating...and he lived alone! No matter. No apologies nor an explanation of what these significant assets were in his daughter's mind.....she will not say! Needless to say, I am livid and have grounds to sue her....but she is my husband's only child so not going down that road....my husband has dementia as I mentioned so he cannot even talk to her for two seconds without getting confused and disoriented by the conversation....I just dial her number so he can speak to her....but I am resentful and hurt she is not being held accountable for her accusations. Any advice on how to process all of this going forward.....his daughter lives far away and visited us one time back in 2016 in January.....his grandsons do not call him and he always calls his daughter - every night since about six months.