My father passed away Sept. 2017. Mom requires 24 hr care and remains in the family home as per she and my dad requested. Since my dad's passing my siblings and I have discovered my oldest brother had been stealing large amounts of cash, tried to do a reverse mortgage and was unsuccessful (thank God) is in possession of a 100 thousand dollar savings bond he claimed my father purchased but won't give it up. My husband and I were contributing $3500 a month for the last 3 years to help with the cost of my mom's caregivers until my dad's passing and now what's left of their estate, dads soc. sec and very small insurance policies pays for her caregivers. My siblings discovered my despicable so called brother deposited 2 of the last $3500 checks I wrote into his account despite my parent's estate already covering my mom's expenses, so yep he has even stolen $7000 from me. I WANT HIM AND HIS WIFE TO GO TO JAIL. How do I proceed without jeopardizing my mom? My parents nominated 3 of my siblings as co trustees and unfortunately my despicable brother was 1 of those 3. My other 2 co trustee sisters uncovered what my a..hole brother has been doing and immediately gained equal control of my parents estate to keep him from bilking anymore and jeopardizing the funding for my mom's care. Forgot to mention before my dad passed he also took 85 thousand dollars from my dad's accounts and "tried" to hide it in an IRA retirement account naming my 30 something nephew as benef. My sister found this out when meeting with my dad's credit union and the manager mistakenly brought up my brothers account instead of my dad's. He's a JR which is how I THINK he's been able to steal so much from my parent's accounts, pretending to be my dad. Towards the end of his life my dad tried to alert one of my sisters, but she thought it was dad being confused and none of us EVER suspected any of us of stealing from our parents. How do I take legal action against my despicable brother and his wife without jeopardizing my mother?