What can I do if my sister drove my father from NY to GA and refused him medical care and he got sick?

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MY SISTER TRYING TO exploite my 86 year old FATHER. WHO IS UNDER ME AND MY SISTER CARE TOOK HIM FROM HIS HOME WE HAVE TALK TO HIM IN TWO WEEKS

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We need more information in order to address this question properly. What has happen? Where was he and why did she move him? Is he being cared for now? Who is doing so? What funds does he haveand who is managing them? What legal authority does she have? Who has cared for him up to now? I recommend that you involve a Medical Social Worker, his doctor, or Adult Protective Services in order to sort things out. Do not make accusations or assumptions until you have all the facts. LISTEN CAREFULLY to what everyone is saying. Do not jump to conclusions. There are Legal Aid senior services in most communities that can help. Every hospital has a social services department. Home Health Care services also have them. Get Profesasional advice and help so that you do not tear the Family apart. I recommend the work of Byron Katie in dealing with these family concerns so that you do not destroy each other while trying to take care of your father.
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If she is refusing medical care for him this is elder abuse and you can call adult protective services.
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Please let us know when you have him back. What on earth is sister doing?
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Technically, since she probably did not report to the police that she was taking him (women who leave an abusive relationship with their children must do this or they can be charged with kidnapping) you could report him kidnapped or even missing. Talk to your local police department. Did she take his medications with him so they can be administered to him.
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I would file charges of elder abuse and neglect. Sister or not that is WRONG!
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