I'm not sure what topic I should put this under. I've been posting on here recently about my father who is very confused. I am successor trustee and co-trustee of his living trust, I also have POA for his medical and financial. I called my sister last week to tell her what is happening with him, she came down this weekend and we have been discussing things. She wants a copy of the trust in case something happens to me, but I don't want to show it to her because mainly I don't trust her and I feel she hasn't a right to see if before he dies, I am uncomfortable showing it to her. I don't think that she would try to do anything. She never helped with the care of my mom who had a brain aneurysm in 2000 and passed away in 2007 and she never helped with my father, until now. My father has been making my life hell with his mental decline and we discussed moving him up with her, she lives 7 hours by car, and I thought it was agreed that would happen, but because his health plan can't be transferred, she has decided that the only reason he will be moved out of his home is if it is medically necessary. This is another reason I don't want to show her the trust.
In all of these years she has never told me thank you, she said that she appreciates that I have watched over them, but has never said the words thank you, I don't think it's the same.
Our brother passed away in 2011 and he told my father to let his wife have his accounts that he would get and also that she would do whatever duties regarding the trust that he was going to do, one of them was take over my duties if anything happens to me. I believe that she should have a copy of it but she is in Michigan and going to be moving to North Carolina and she does not like my sister, I know she would never show it to her.
Since I am successor trustee and co-trustee, do I have the right to deny her a copy of the trust? My father has agreed in the past that she is not to see it.