Fortunately, I have about a half dozen or so witnesses, non-related, that will coraborate the financial abuse and undue influence. My mother is 84 years old, on lots of medication, and easily persuaded by the wrong-doers suggestions. There is a will that has been changed from me, the only daughter, to including the care-giver who was not on the original will. I am slowly gaining my mother's confidence back from the lies the wrong-doer has told her. The wrong-doer also failed a lie-detector test when some jewelry went missing but put the things back when my mom got an investigator. My mom is ignoring the results because the caregiver is always there for her and has got her believing she is a better caregiver than myself. I have documented emails of witnessed abuse and financial abuse.I have emails from my mother that the caregiver sent her years ago with the caregiver begging for large sums of money. The caregiver used guilt by telling my mother that her therapist told her to ask for the money and that her back would heal faster without the financial stress. That if my mom cared at all for her, she would give or loan her the money. The wrongdoer is a con artist and uses persuasion to her advantage.