My husband was diagnosed with Alzheimers 5 years ago, and now attends an adult day care center 5 days a week so I can continue working (I am 64) because we desperately need the money and health insurance. I also recently had a mastectomy and underwent chemo. I am my husband's only caregiver.His adult daughter lives 250 miles away. She is 57 and generally considers her life a failure (poor job, no money, living in a rental, never married), and considers it all her father's fault. She is demanding money from him (she thinks she is getting an inheritance and is tired of waiting), and she wants him to buy her an condo for CASH. (We still have 25 years to pay on our mortgage). How do I get her to realize that it is she who owes something to her father and not the other way around? and that he and I could use a little help at this point?