So far we've found that his daughter has been taking money out of a shared account and he's on a fixed income and he's receiving a pension and she's gainfully employed so I'm not understanding why she's taking her father's money other than the fact that she feels that she's privilege to it
Your husband-to-be needs to consider confronting his daughter and warning her that, if it happens again, he will call the police. He might also ask her to return the money she has already taken. If it were my child, I would want to know if there is an addiction issue to resolve and, if so, I would do what I could to help her resolve whatever addiction issue exists.
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Hopefully he can close that account or have her name taken off of it. He can also write a will excluding her from the inheritance. There’s more, but I suggest you call a lawyer.
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