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My sister and I are joint on all our Dad's accounts (banking, house, investments). This was by his request. He is not angry at us for some unknown reason and says he has hired an attorney to remove us from all joint accounts and take us out of the will. Is this possible? If so, how can we dispute this decision. If our names are on nothing and something happens to him, we cannot manage his finances for him. Suggestions?

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A financial Power of Attorney is what you need to manage his financial affairs. If he is willing and is mentally capable to sign one. If he is not mentally capable, you may have to seek guardianship.
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It depends on who is the primary account owner. Some banks may allow the primary owner to remove signatories but many banks will require the account to be closed to remove signatories and a new account to be opened regardless of account owner.
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