I wonder whether anyone with a relative suffering from Alzheimer's or dementia has had dreadful experiences with the Court of Protection, and whether a press campaign could be launched to highlight this issue? I had a Power of Attorney over my mother's affairs (she has dementia and lives in a home) but this was revoked and upon appeal a Court order was issued which involves the appointment of a receiver and ultimately homelessness for my family, as we stand to be evicted from my childhood home. The order was issued at a hearing where I stressed that I had handled my mother's assets scrupulously honestly. My "mistake" was to have mixed my own moneys with my mother's (i.e., deposited money into her account) and transferred my mother's house into my name, supposedly an unlawful act, even though I explained that this was not done to avoid care home fees. The Public Guardianship Office's literature gives no indication of the draconian powers of the Court. I have been told that I stand little chance of winning an appeal and face huge costs if I lose. I should be glad if anyone can help me and to hear from similar "victims".