i hold EPA for my gran for financial matters. No health & care POA available here in N. Ireland. Both sons live outside country. One son insists on taking gran to his home in England 4-6 times per year. Aside from the fact this causes her great distress, it is causing me a bit of a headache in terms of managing her money whilst she is away. Bank has cancelled all her access to money due to registration of EPA. Ordinarily son was withdrawing cash to reimburse himself for her flights and his flights. (He flies over to collect her) I didn’t challenge this as at the time I believed gran still had capacity. Now EPA is registered how do I decide if she should be paying for flights? Each visit amounts to circa £500 as she is paying for dinners with family, shopping (?) from supermarkets etc. She is in receipt of a state pension plus attendance allowance so she isn’t exactly well off but I have a considerable amount in her savings. When I told son she didn’t have access to her banking any longer he is now refusing to respond to me. Should gran be paying for these trips? She’s happy enough to go but I’m not convinced she’s aware of the financial implications l. Please advise as I’m at my wits end!!