My parents were retired and had a large property. When my father was in his 70's, he left my mother for another woman who was married. He moved out and left my mother there, his new partner's husband moved out of their home and rented a flat until he went into residential aged care and died a short while later. My husband and I moved in with my mother to look after her until she passed away in 2000. Dad came back and sold the property, and due to an error in the wording on my mother's will, (she had wanted her share of the property and assets, to go to my sister and myself), my father inherited the entire property and investments ( inheritance). He then paid off the mortgage for his partner, renovated the house, purchased her a new car and trips overseas. There was some sort of agreement signed that stated the house was in her name but if anything should happen to her, dad could remain in the house. She has two daughters. My father is now in very bad health and is 90 years old, currently in respite care (where I work), as she is now unable to cope with him. I have no doubt that he will require full time residential aged care, he has Alzheimer's and heart and kidney problems. I do have medical and financial power of attorney which I have never needed to use. With the changes to aged care and more of a user pays system, it costs quite a bit to enter permanent care. I have no idea if he has any money left and whether he has an entitlement to a share of the property. They have been together approx. 18 years. Can you advise me please?