Guardianship News:

Elder Abuse

Some hard realities we must now disclose.

October 26, 2017

As we watch victims from every corner of America plead for our help day after day; as we watch  judges make a mockery of justice in probate courts around the country; as lives and fortunes are demolished on the altar of voracious greed; as we witness the rapidly accelerating erosion of trust in our bedrock institutions of law we cannot help but come to some alarming conclusions. Now, we must stand and state for all to realize that: 1. Juryless probate guardianship proceedings are illegal, but [- more...]

S178 Signed into Law, the Elder Abuse Prevention and Prosecution Act

October 18, 2017

The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release On Wednesday October 18, 2017 President Donald J. Trump Signed S178 into Law, the “Elder Abuse Prevention and Prosecution Act,” which establishes certain requirements for the Department of Justice with respect to investigating and prosecuting elder abuse crimes; and amends Federal criminal law to expand telemarketing fraud to include “email marketing” fraud…and provides the first federal protections for adults [- more...]

New Yorker article exposes the Guardianship Racket

October 2, 2017

Journalist Rachel Aviv has written a compelling story that exposes the cancerous plague of American Guardianship with heartbreaking stories of how this racket has cost innocent Americans their life savings and even their lives. A must read. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/10/09/how-the-elderly-lose-their-rights Your comment welcome [- more...]

AAAPG PBC Town Hall draws SRO audience

September 27, 2017

An SRO crowd–some of whom traveled for days to attend from as far away as Wisconsin– of several dozens of family member/victims of Guardianship Abuse in PBC and elsewhere made it abundantly clear that there has been and continues to be an outrageous miscarriage of justice in the PBC probate courts for many years. Families have been ruined, innocent people arrested in retribution for complaining, estates looted, wards abused to death and yet the court insider perpetrators of these [- more...]

Horrible abuse in California

September 15, 2017

Our friend at CEDAR-California, Linda Kincaid writes about a particularly egregious  court abuse in the case of the mother of one our members, Neil F. [- more...]

Michigan: Attorney General and Federal Authorities Investigating Probate Court Practices

September 11, 2017

Investigative reporter Heather Catallo of ABC News affiliate WXYZ in Detroit has been exposing corrupt practices across Michigan’s probate court system commonly used to financially exploit vulnerable citizens before and after death.  AAAPG is assisting Michigan victims to navigate the complex process of gaining investigations of fraudulent involuntary adult guardianships and appreciate the coverage by WXYZ.  The recent raid of the offices of Detroit real estate brokerage Probate Asset [- more...]

Department of Justice Webinar: Financial Exploitation in the Context of Guardianships and Other Legal Arrangements

September 10, 2017

Hosted by Julie Childs, J.D., Elder Justice Initiative, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC and Brenda Uekert, PhD, Director, Center for Elders and the Courts, National Center for State Courts and is a refreshing discussion on the risks of guardianship as Brenda provides valuable guidance to guard against being drawn into the nation’s probate court system.  Nearly 200 people attended this webinar which lasts about an hour.  Sadly, no effective redress options were offered when [- more...]

Las Vegas: Attorney Rob Graham Pleads Guilty to Stealing over $16 million from Client Estate Funds

September 8, 2017

By Jeff German and David Ferrara Updated September 7, 2017 – 5:13 pm Longtime estate attorney Robert Graham admitted in District Court Thursday to stealing more than $16 million from clients, many of whom relied financially on trust funds he oversaw. Graham, 52, who is in custody at the Clark County Detention Center on $5 million bail, pleaded guilty before District Judge Kerry Earley to two felony counts of theft and three counts of exploitation of an older/vulnerable person. He faces a [- more...]
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