My mother has dementia. My shifty half sister has taken my mother out of state and cut her off from all family members. We just recently found out (1) she has power of attorney and (2) has a Quick Claim Deed on my mother's house in Illinois. With the POA, which no one has seen, she has tranferred all my mother's funds to an undisclosed bank in the state they are living in (Texas) and she is now trying to sell off my mother's property. My mother formerly lived in Illinois and she is now in Texas. We are in the process of handling the situation but we need some advice. Do we get a Probate/Elder Lawyer in the state my mother is in now (Texas) or do we get Probate/Elder Lawyer in the state where all of my mother's assets are. Also, is there a difference between an Elder lawyer and a Probate lawyer? One more thing, can the Probate/Elder lawyer do a reversal of the Quick Claim Deed? We would appreciate any help we can get.