My 83 yr old father has been diagnosed with Dementia by his primary doctor, a social worker, and Psychiatrist. My sister and i were advised by all three professionals to get POA & Guardianship of our father ASAP. My father bought one automobile on March 2nd 2014, two later her traded this car in to the same dealership for a lease Rav-4, 2014. Less then a week, he decided that this vehicle had too many blind spots and traded this Vehicle down to a lower price leased car. My sister and I spoke to the dealership about my fathers mental condition. They informed us they would do some number crunching to explain how much money was spent after each transaction. My father is legally blind in one eye, and is being attended by an eye specialist presently. Dad's est. income per month is $2500.00. His only asset his a mobile home built 1985 and now this lease (24) months. In 2009 dad asked if I would go with him and put my name on his checking account to write checks as needed. I have not written one check since that time. I was able to find out the Balances Dad has in his Checking acct, Savings acct. and Money Market acct. Checking/savings accounts decreased close to $10,000.00 in two weeks. My sister and I investigated this at his bank only to find out that The first Car he bought was paid off with close to $22,000.00 which he does not own or have possession of. I am retired and allowed a curtain amount of money without filing taxes. My sister has POA rights only at time of his death. I have POA to write checks only for my father with his permission. My sister is telling me that she and I need to become POA and Guardian of our father ASAP. We all live in Ohio, same city so it will not be difficult to travel to an attorney's office if need be. Is there a limited amount of money that the elderly person has before they can get a Pro Bono attorney?