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My dad has dementia and my older sister is in charge of

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Hi My dad has dementia and my older sister is in charge of finances. I have had my doubts on her choices but recently I feel she has crossed the line on decisions she has made and she isn't sharing some of the going ons. I am a little scared of her but I can't ignore this any longer. I want her to include my brother and I. My dad has numerous rentals and savings. I know she is not charging market price for a home her friend rents, I tried to discuss it with her but she said no, not raising the rent I make the decisions. Her daughter was brought in to be a caregiver mon-fri 8am-5pm getting paid cash, did not claim the money so my dad did not write it off and my sister evicted a tenant to have her and her boyfriend move in, She wouldn't have them fill out a rental agreement that I gave her, she said absolutely not, she is his granddaughter, I have no idea what they pay? What should i do? I wold like my brother and I who are second and third executors in the will to know my dad worth, and where moneys are going? Suggestions on what to do
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Barrister replied 2 years ago.
Hello and welcome! My name is ***** ***** I will try my level best to help with your situation or get you to someone who can.
Does sister have a power of attorney or has she been legally appointed as father's guardian by a judge?