The situation is that my age is 33 years old and my older brother is 38 years. My older brother has been married 05 years ago and he lives with his wife. While I myself is still a bachelor. Almost 20 years ago, our mother has passed away.
Our Father has a total of 03 children. I, my elder brother and elder sister. After our mother's death, our father had dual responsibility to bring up us. But since mother's death, we felt that the father's attitude towards us (especially to the two brothers) was non-responsible.
Meanwhile, almost 12 years ago, father married our sister and after living with her husband almost two years, she has been living with our father. Her single daughter is eleven years old. Father has been nurturing our sister and her baby. She has not divorced from her husband. Now for the last one year there has been made a mutual agreement between our sister and her husband and her husband is giving almost half of his salary to our sister. She is saving the whole amount while father is still nurturing her and her baby.
Our Father who retired almost six months ago from the bank has received some money after his retirement. We all my father, my brother, his wife and son, our sister and her daughter and I live in the same house. The house itself is built by my father. Although my brother and his wife separate arrange their bread and butter. I do live with them.
Just last few years my brother has been in drug business, has now lost his business, and also to repay a bank loan. The loan is on the name of my sister-in-law. Due to losses in business certain installment of loan could not reach to the bank and the bank has removed the recovery notice. Brother is unable to give the debt. We both prayed to father for funding but he refused. Also, our sister told father not to give any kind of help. I am helping, as much as possible, but without dad's economic cooperation, nothing possible. Is any father is legally obliged to give financial help in such of odd circumstances?