Hello everyone, I don’t post here much and I’m sorry I only post when I have a query but I would like some advice before I speak to a solicitor. Just a quick bit of background. I began looking after my mum, who is 74 with AD, 16 months ago after my father (who was mum’s main carer) died suddenly. I moved out of my home to come and look after mum as I lived in an upstairs flat and mum cannot climb stairs, where as mum has a bungalow. I have now sold my property and have been asked by uncle who has EPA if I would be interested in buying mum’s home. The reason is for future security for me, obviously so if anything happens to mum then I don’t have to worry about moving and also because he is 69 and is concerned what would happen if anything happened to him, and thinks it would be better that the bungalow is already sold. Sorry this is so long! What I would like to know is if it is legal to buy mum’s home. Of course it would be at market value and all above board, or would I be better of buying something else and moving mum in with me. Or what would happen if anything happened to mum, where do I stand? Could I buy the property then. One of my brother’s used to live with mum and dad until a couple of years ago and he said that he had to go with dad to the solicitor to sign a document to say that he had no financial interest in the house. Should I do that? I have no interest in anything financial I just want what’s best for mum, but I feel sometimes like it would have been better to have placed mum in a NH so I didn’t have to deal with my family anymore. It all seems so difficult! Any advice would be gratefully received.