Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first.
Have you discussed your concerns with your parents?
Where were you living prior to moving in with your parents?
Was that owned or rented?
It impacts on the possible claims that you might be able to make
My apologies for the delay.
The provision that you are speaking about relate sto the position with regard to the funding of care home fees.
If both your parents need residential care then the fact that you are living in the property would mean that it could not be counted as part of the assets for
assessment of liability for fees.
With regard to what happens in the event of their deaths then you should be able to remain living in the property in the immediate aftermath to allow you time to give notice to the people living in your home so that you can move back there in due course.
It is unlikely in the extreme that the Court would grant you the right to stay in the property indefinitely.
I hope that this is of assistance - please ask if you need further details
As I said that relates to Care Home fees only - however you can certainly argue that you need a reasonable amount of time before you move - to be honest the sheer administrative issues mean that you will have six months or so