Feb 10, 2016 - 07:13 AM
As to the house - it is all hers since you are on a deed. To protect yourself you may have to sue her for your half of the house. If you can prove that you paid for half the house it can be done.
As to the trust - it depends on the trust. The house may not be a countable asset now if it is the right type of trust. If it is hers she will very likely not be able to keep it and have medi-Cal pay the nursing home bill. This varies from state to state. If she runs out of all money and other financial resources like the house then she could be eligible for Medi-Cal.
I strongly suggest you see an attorney about the guardianship. When you are appointed guardian her money would be used to pay for most of the things I have discussed here.