I am co-trustee and successor trustee of my father's living trust. I also have full Durable Power of Attorney on all of his finances. My parents choose me to do this because they do not trust my sister, which this question is about. In the trust, my father has named me to receive his checking account which he lives off of. My sister has been named to receive his 2 bank CDs. In the trust, I have been named to receive one of his retirement accounts and every month my father receives disbursements of about 800.00 from this account which is deposited into the checking account. Whenever my sister and her 2 adult kids ask him for money, he writes them a check from his checking account. He has told her in the past that the money they receive is from her inheritance and NOT a gift, but he never goes to the bank and withdraws the money from the CDs. My issue is this, he is giving her money from the account meant for me which also includes the disbursements from the retirement account I am going to get, so she is actually getting money from my 2 accounts. The approximate amount of money they have received combined is about 65,000.00. My sister in law is going to receive an account that was meant for her husband, my brother who is no longer with us, and when she asks my father for money, he goes to that bank and has the money taken out and sent to her. I feel that my father might think that either it's too much trouble to take it out of the CDs, or he thinks that somehow the money from the CDs is magically deposited into his checking account, or that he thinks this account is named for my sister. I need to talk to him about this. In all fairness, I feel that the money needs to be paid back to me from the CDs. My father has dementia with substantial memory loss and in the beginning stages of alzheimers. If I wait until my father passes and tell her that she needs to reimburse me when we go to the attorney to distribute the accounts, she will not write me a check for that amount.