My dad had over 100,000 and my sister is taking control of my dads money. She still has a mind and able to live in his own.
It's not clear by what authority your sister has taken control. The law requires that your father be given the opportunity to contest the appointment of a guardian or conservator. You can report any misappropriation of funds as elder abuse as well as pursuing civil remedies, or assisting your dad in doing so. I suggest you discuss the specific facts and circumstances with an elder law attorney.
This comment is general in nature and is not intended as legal advice. It does not create an attorney client relationship and obviously is not confidential. You should contact an attorney in your area who can review with you all of the relevant facts and give you specific legal advice.
I agree with attorney Minor. Additionally, if you think your sister might be committing financial elder abuse by taking or using your dad's money for herself, you should report it to Adult Protective Services in the area where your dad lives so they can investigate the situation.
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