Brother had POA for Mom. Our parents revoked it in 2008. Dad died in 2009. Brother began using it again. Technicality - the revocation was not filed with the county. However, a lot of circumstantial info leads me to believe he stole a large sum of investments. Right after Dad died - bro (all 3 of my sibs actually) all made major large purchase that had not been able to afford previously. Now 2 1/2 years later. All 3 are retiring and making major purchases again. The timing is suspicious. But also there had been some rearranging of accounts in 2007 (which my parents asked my brother to return and he refused) when my sibs were trying to force our parents out of their home. I was in grad school out of state at the time. After graduation, I returned to hometown and began caring for our parents and still am 24/7 for Mom who has dementia. Animosity between parents and siblings began in 2007 and escalated in 2008. None of my siblings (nor the grandkids) see Mom - nor have since 2008. Also, in 2009 I got full powers of attorney for MOm so that is resolved, But it took a few weeks after Dad died, and it appears bro stole a lot in that time. Where do I go for help? Atty General cannot help without proof. Adult Protective Services in this city is not of much help. Police cannot help without more evidence. How can I find out?