My 94-year-old mother is living with my sister. What can I do if my sister refuses to let my children or I visit?

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If you feel your rights are violated, or if you think your mother could be in danger, you should go to Social Services and have them do a welfare check on your mother. The rest is likely family problem, and a family mediator or even an elder law attorney may be needed if you want to push the issue.
Good luck,
Carol
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What is the problem? What is your sister trying to hide? Why can't you just talk to your sister and ask what's wrong? Or do you already know.
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