Alobe


(USA )

it's my sister and I she lives approx 300 miles away. our father has been diagnosed with dementia she at the time said she would move home to care for him because she wouldn't leave the responsibility to me since she was his "favorite" literally, I didn't exist to him.


Even in his dementia state his memories of the past it's her him and our mom. The commitment or lack of commitment from my sister was two years ago.

I'm so stressed, he won't give me access to anything to take care of things so I'm using my retirement dollars and current income. When trying to talk to my sister she just tells me it stresses her out.

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get a lawyer
by: Anonymous

Does your sister have access to dad's assets? if so she needs to sign them over to you. it's not fair that you're using your money for him.

get an eldercare lawyer involved. force dad to pay for his care. you shouldn't be spending your retirement on dad if he has the money to pay.

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