I have Power of Attorney for my Mum. I cared for her and sorted out everything over all the years until she was sectioned 8 weeks ago, which was the most traumatic day of my life. After hospital she went into a care home which was six weeks ago. My sisters have seen her once a year if that over the past 10 years but now they are saying it is very important that her best interests are acted upon in line with the POA and they want to rent out her house and go through all her furnishings and possessions asap. I am still coming to terms with all that's happened as I did everything alone and anyone who's read my previous posts will know how much I struggled with the abuse from Mum's Alzheimer's and sadness I've suffered. Of course I will act in Mum's best interests but I feel I need a bit more time to come to terms with everything as I'm still processing it all, while keeping an eye on her house and sorting out her paperwork. It astounds me that they are now very interested in coming over, having left me to it for years. I have POA solely and wonder if I should get legal advice too, so that I am protected. I do not trust my older sister at all, she never helped me or Mum before, even saying 'what will be will be' in one email when I was at my wits' end trying to sort out dementia services and severe paranoia and sundowning with Mum phoning me over 40 times a night. She then insensitively said it was 'exciting news' when Mum was going into a care home. I am minded to email back politely asking for more time before clearing the house, as everything's so raw but they are detached so will not be feeling the same. I certainly do not want to 'unite', as she is putting it, as I have no respect for sisters who left me to do everything. Any advice would be brilliant, ie taking legal advice for me and/or possible disputes with siblings given that I have POA. Thank you.