If you are the current trustee-you have the right to evict.
I would recommend you have an attorney do the eviction for you.
Could also have the elder abuse investigated.
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I agree with my collegue. You are the trustee and you have the right to remove your sister. The process to evict a tenant with a lease and one without may be different in your state. I would suggest that you immediately contact an attorney.
I think it may also be helpful to have a conversation with your sister and ask her to leave the home. Sometimes speaking to other person with some compassion will allow you to resolve this without need of counsel.
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As trustee, you have the authority to evict your sister from the residence. As a first step, it may be best to let your sister know you intend to have her move out, but if she asks for some time to make arrangements to move, then she refuses, you wil be delayed. Consequently I would suggest you contact an attorney familliar with eviction procedures prior to making any overtures to your sister.
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