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Texas: Attorney’s fees denied to attorney Don Ford who hired himself as estate administrator

January 16, 2018 // 1 Comment

The following article appeared in Texas Fiduciary Litigator publication and their website. It has since been removed from the website. Court Affirms Order Denying an Administrator’s Attorney’s Fees By David Fowler Johnson on June 28, 2016 In In re Estate of Williams, attorney Don Ford was appointed an administrator of an estate and hired himself as an attorney for the estate. No. 05-15-00392-CV, 2016 Tex. App. LEXIS 5990 (Tex. App.-Dallas .June 6, 2016, no pet. history). Later, the [- more...]

New Mexico: Court suggests critical changes to state rules

December 30, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Colleen Heild / Journal Investigative Reporter Saturday, December 30th, 2017 at 12:05am New Mexico’s secretive system under which the state handles daily living and financial decisions for hundreds of incapacitated people a year would undergo a radical transformation if recommendations unveiled by a state Supreme Court commission are adopted. The commission’s final report of recommendations for an improved guardian/conservator system in New Mexico – released late Thursday – presents [- more...]

New Mexico: Editorial – Critical flaws abound in proposed guardianship laws

December 30, 2017 // 0 Comments

Originally published in the Albuquerque Journal on Dec 24, 2017. The Uniform Law Commission’s (ULC) recommended changes to New Mexico’s guardian and conservator laws continues to position judges and their appointees beyond any accountability for actions taken in guardian and/or conservatorship cases. No financial monitoring of the judges, attorneys and professionals is proposed; the word “audit” is not found once in 150 pages of proposed statutes. Instead, existing laws are re-written, [- more...]

Courts as a revenue source, federal money and its strings.

December 21, 2017 // 1 Comment

  Probate/Equity courts across the country are not only creating guardianships in record numbers but abetting the explosion in the number of abusive and exploitative professional guardianships. We estimate that about 14% of adult for profit guardianships are fraudulent and/or abusive accounting for billions of dollars of wealth extraction yearly. But why? Remember: Guardianship is about money—only money. But even a cursory examination of one court funding system provides a ready [- more...]

Using incapacity claim as a weapon in divorce

December 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

In yet another way that guardianship can be used as a weapon, a Florida Clerk of Courts tried to have her husband guardianized as a way to grab his pension in a divorce proceeding. http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/broward/fl-reg-howard-forman-marriage-20171219-story.html The Judge, who has been named in many victim complaints, actually sent valid examiners to find the man fully capacitated and then denied the guardianship. It might be noted that the man in question was political insider and [- more...]

POLICE & SHERIFFS: “ENFORCE OUR JURY TRIAL RIGHTS” 

December 13, 2017 // 1 Comment

  Probate Court Thefts & Obstructions of Justice- Expanding Crime & Debt,  Endangering & Killing Our Citizens As We Speak  Disclaimer: There are good guardianships. there are good guardians, there are honest judges in probate courts all around the country. But there are many bad ones as well as documented in the countless cases investigated by AAAPG  over theyears. Something needs to be done about the bad ones, because they are really bad and a mortal threat to seniors and [- more...]

Make their names secret???

December 11, 2017 // 0 Comments

Our National Justice Crisis For many years I have stated that the abuses we see in probate equity courts across the country are a microcosm of the much larger picture that has recently been uncovered concerning abuse and corruption in government. stunningly, It appears that the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of investigation have become so thoroughly politicized and biased that they are riddled with corruption  that starts at the top. The political elites, and that includes [- more...]

Nevada: The Perfect Crime

December 1, 2017 // 0 Comments

“Your case was concluded and closed last week with no criminal findings.” – Sgt. Troyce Krumme,10/31/2017 “This case has already been processed in criminal court.” – Sgt. Jerome Milton,11/7/2017 INSIDE VEGAS by Steve Miller AmericanMafia.com November 13, 2017 LAS VEGAS – “Its completely legal in Nevada.”  Those were the words of CBS 60 Minutes senior producer Bob Anderson in September 2014, after spending the entire summer filming a [- more...]

Nevada: Speculation On Why Jared Shafer Has Not Yet Been Indicted

December 1, 2017 // 0 Comments

INSIDE VEGAS by Steve Miller AmericanMafia.com October 16, 2017 LAS VEGAS – His name sends chills up and down the spines of hundreds of exploited senior citizens, disabled people, and their families.  I’m often asked why private professional guardian, Jared E. Shafer, is still at large after his criminal activities have been exposed time and again on local and national media, and he’s been the subject of over four years of criminal investigation by the Las Vegas Metropolitan [- more...]

New Mexico: Plea bargain catches victims by surprise

November 30, 2017 // 0 Comments

 By Colleen Heild / Journal Investigative Reporter Federal law says crime victims have a right to “reasonable and timely notice” of any public court proceedings involving the crime. But Paul Donisthorpe’s sudden plea bargain Monday in a high-profile $4 million trust fund embezzlement scheme caught victims by surprise. Armando Ramirez, of Santa Teresa, helps support his brother Omar Ramirez, who lost nearly $1 million in a trust account managed by Donisthorpe that was supposed to pay for [- more...]
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