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Michigan AG interview

June 21, 2019 // 0 Comments

Eye opening interview with MI AG Dana Nessel confirming everything we have been saying for years   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-ksSZc3xGg [- more...]

Dispelling Conventional Wisdom

June 16, 2019 // 11 Comments

Elder abuse and guardianship Is it really the family ?   The definition of elder abuse in the United States, varies on the basis of each state’s statutes and regulations. Researchers also use different definitions to describe and study the issue. However, the World Health Organization (WHO)[and US Department of Justice (USDOJ) define elder abuse as follows: “Elder abuse is a single or repeated act, or lack of appropriate action, occurring within any relationship where there [- more...]

WHY PROBATE COURTS CONSISTENTLY FAIL US–2019

June 13, 2019 // 9 Comments

WHY PROBATE COURTS CONSISTENTLY FAIL US For years I have written about the shortcomings in our equity legal system particularly in probate guardianship. Having just celebrated National Elder Abuse Awareness Week, this is a good time to recall what makes equity probate court and the guardianships it creates such an enormous disappointment and in far too many cases a blatant fraud. The political system and money Equity judges generally are elected by the public who knows essentially nothing about [- more...]

Pennsylvania: Courts Recommend Curbs on Seniors’ Constitutional Rights

May 19, 2019 // 0 Comments

This report has been sent to AAAPG by an anonymous resident of Pennsylvania, disturbed by the erosion of seniors’ constitutional rights. We think it deserves everyone’s attention. ~Admin   Pennsylvania Courts Recommend Curbs on Seniors’ Constitutional Rights On January 29, 2019, the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts issued a news release entitled “Pa Supreme Court Advisory Council Releases Progress Report on Elder Abuse and Guardianship Issues.”  The news [- more...]

Michigan: Federal lawsuit challenging Michigan’s guardianship system advances, slowly

April 28, 2019 // 0 Comments

Brad Geller is an attorney in Michigan who filed a federal lawsuit against the state of Michigan challenging the elder guardianship program.  The lawsuit, United States et al v State of Michigan, is a writ of habeus corpus demanding the release of all guardianized citizens in the state of Michigan. So far, the lawsuit has (narrowly) survived a recommendation to dismiss by magistrate judge. Most recently, the Judge signed an order to show cause. You can follow the case by tracking activity on [- more...]

Legal Points to ponder

April 19, 2019 // 0 Comments

In speaking to the countless numbers of people across the country who call our hotline to look for help to be rescued from the abuses of guardianships, one question keeps coming up over and over again—” isn’t there anything I can do legally to stop this insanity?” Sadly, the typical response to this question is to hire one lawyer after another who fail in succession despite charging enormous legal fees. The vagaries of equity court, the absence of a jury, the absence of rules of [- more...]

Torture in Probate Equity Guardianships

April 16, 2019 // 0 Comments

Victims and families of guardianship abuse nearly universally complain that they are being tortured by the court system in Equity probate proceedings. Here’s why they are right. Among the top 10 forms of nonphysical torture are: Being subjected to interrogation for long periods Blackmailing or other forms of undue coercion Exploitation of strongly held beliefs or fears Pharmacological torture Sensory deprivation Sleep deprivation Threat of permanent, severe damage Each one of these [- more...]
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