My SIL has caused much angst for her brothers over the last 12 months following contention regarding their late fathers Estate. That’s a separate issue. There is no Deputyship in place as yet due to her lack of agreement and changing of mind. Legal advice currently being sought. My husband has just found out this week that his sister was attempting to move their 93 year old mother (who suffers with Alzheimer’s) from the care home, where she has lived for a good few years, to a care home nearer the sister AND without telling her 2 Brothers. My husband only found this out because MILs current CH contacted the Solicitors handling FILs Estate as they wereunder the impression that Solicitors would be Financial Deputy. The Solicitors had to inform the CH they were not instructed to act (as previously agreed by the sister), as my husbands sister now opposed them acting as Deputy. My husband has spoken with the current CH, explained a few things and been invited to attend a Best Interests Meeting. My husband hasn’t been given any information about the possible new CH his sister has looked at so how can he give an informed opinion about a potentially new CH for his mom at this meeting???? He has quite a few questions to put before the panel at this meeting and I will help him with it all. Is his sister allowed to take her live-in partner with her to this meeting ???? I would like to support my husband also but we definitely do not wish for any unpleasantries to arise. Any advice gladly received.