My father, who is 90 and has Alzheimer's (early to mid stages), is telling any one who will listen that he doesn't trust me with the money, that I have taken the car (it is locked in the garage, the State of FL revoked his license) and forgets on items that were sold with his blessing and states that I did it without his knowledge. Also tells me that I withdrew funds from an investment account that I could not possibly have done without his blessing and signature. That was confirmed by the people at brokerage house but they still treat me with distain.
I understand a lot of this is part of the disease, which most people are aware he has. What I don't get is that so many people are believing him, including family members.
I am taking care of him myself with very little help from anyone.
On his own, he revoked my portion or the whole POA that was shared between my uncle and myself. If my uncle is still a POA he wants nothing to do with making decisions on behalf of my father.
His attorney, who he did not consult with before doing this says it is legal. She and her paralegal also treat me with distain.
I don't really care about that at this time but what I want to know is how to get people to realize his accusations are either false or greatly exaggerated? How do I get people on both our sides not just his?