My sister and I both have DPOA and I also have health care proxy. My dad is 78 and in poor health; ckd stage 2/3, 7 year liver transplant, severe osteoporosis of hips, poor nutrition & anemia. He wants to live independently and no nursing home. My sister has talked him into selling his house to get significantly below MV. House worth $750k she has talked him into 400 claiming it's all she can afford as she needs to add on to the home and renovate it to a standard that she feels is the only way she could live in it (Viking oven, etc). She has been telling him he has "taken care of everyone but her". She has always looked at glass as half empty and wondered who took her half. My father has given early inheritance years ago to my sisters and I the purchase if his homes at discounts of about $100k but we've also assumed liabilities for septic systems that won't pass title 5 so sale within families is ok and thus provided him w cash as well, a benefit to all. We are no longer speaking to my sister because we feel her transaction is wrong. It won't even pay for his existing mortgages if $520k and will leave him with $750k. One fall and he is wiped out of his assets and cannot live as he wants to. Is there anything we can do? My father won't listen. His decisions are no longer based in his wisdom but now seem to be more based on emotion and stubbornness.