Also she is suing a younger brother for trespass. My friend, the brother moved in with his parents when his marriage broke down, and his daughter went to live with him and her grandparents also. He has cared for both parents as they became more and more incapable. Now in their 90s, an older sister who had been granted Power of Attorney put one parent in care and took the other one to live with her. She has taken her brother and niece to court saying they are trespassing in their parents' property. She has gained the support of her other sisters and brother, who will all benefit financially from the sale of the very large house. Another sister three years ago sent her son to live with her parents supposedly because it was nearer to his college. His college ended but his abusive parents didn't want him home again, so he is a third family member living in the house with his uncle and cousin. They have formed a very close family unit of their own and my friend wants them all to stay together. A local authority would separate them all and they could end up miles apart, simply because the older siblings want them out simply to make a fistful of cash. All three family members living in the house are taking medications for anxiety and depression and are living only on state benefits which makes good legal representation impossible.