My DSis & BIL are considering this for his parents. Her FIL has early onset dementia & I'm not sure if her MIL does, too, but she sure does act like it. They do things like pay the same bill two or three times, give oodles of money to the maid, send money to ex-son in law who was a real SOB, etc. These people are the type to be easily influenced to sign their house over to the boy who mows the lawn just because he was nice to them, KWIM? They are in NJ but my sister is in another state, so the distance thing is a problem. They already have POA but would like to gain full control of the bank accounts along with the authority to get the in-laws the help they need. They are a very, very stubborn old couple. My sister is not looking at this from a greed standpoint, so please leave that out of the equation. If she ever wanted anything from them, they'd just give it to her anyway. These people shouldn't be driving or left alone to care for themselves. They have multiple medical problems, they forget that they have taken their meds, etc. I've never been involved in anything like this but I believe they need to start with the family physician & be able to provide some type of proof. I told my sis to get copies of the bank statements with duplicate payments as proof. Anyone been there?