My neighboor has been very ill for a long time. When he got sick his wife left him with their two daughters and went back to the country the both came from. She also took most of their cash. They have never divorced. She has been after him for years to sell the house so she could have half of the money. He has been paying the mortgage for the last ten years or so. Meanwhile both his daughters grew up and left for other parts of the world. He has been getting progressively more ill. Many of us in the neighborhood have tried to help him as much as possible. His daughters were not in the picture at all. Now his young daughter has moved into his house with her friends and told him he has to move because they are paying rent. She also seems to resent us doing things like taking him to the hospital and checking up on him. He stopped communicating with us and we heard he left town and was planning on moving back to his country of origin. He never wanted to do that before. I just found out he has been in the hospital for almost a week now. He is so ill he needs an organ transplant to survive. The doctors are waiting on the organ. His other daughter just arrived from Europe where she had been living. I talked to him last night when I found out. He is pretty drugged up. He told me he was going to need a lot of help after the surgery but his daughter didn't want him to ask me for help because I have done too much already. I don't know where he is going after the surgery. I am planning on seeing him tonight at the hospital. I have questions: How could a daughter evict her very ill father? We asked his daughter to keep us informed of what was going on. Why didn't she tell us he has been in the hospital for almost a week? It seems like she is trying to cut him off from everyone else.Is that true? This is a father and a daughter I don't think it would be right to interfere in that relationship even though we are very close friends with him. I have a sneaking suspicion his wife is going to show up and the house will go up for sale. I'm not sure what the best thing is to do but I am praying about it.