Hi everyone, I know I haven't posted much, but I need to be sure I have all my ducks in a row, and this is a pretty financially smart forum and maybe someone has been in the same situation. I just don't want to get screwed over, usually stuff, financial stuff isn't a big issue when your mother has terminal cancer and has declined rapidly in just two weeks, but I'm an only child, my mother is literally the only family I have, period, I need to be sure I'll be okay after she's passed on. She was just diagnoised 2 weeks ago, we just thought she had spinal fractures that caused her back pain, she had back surgery but it didn't fix the pain, got so bad I had to take her to the ER and they found tumors up and down her spine, it all originated from her lung. I was filing for disability for her, which was a crap load of paperwork, but with how quickly shes declined I've decided to just leave it alone, I've also filed for Medicaid and food stamps, I have a $700 overdue mortgage payment I need to pay, I just barely have the money for that. I've gotten a quick deed done and a power of attorney. I've talked with a lawyer but he didn't really have many answers for me. We have two vehicles under her name. Idk, I just feel lost, I would have never thought I'd have to think about this until maybe 10 - 20 years from now.