The moment a judge signs the order for an involuntary guardianship they have designated your loved one “disabled”. These individuals are protected by the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1993 and the Olmstead Act provision enacted in 1999 to protect those unlawfully institutionalized and isolated. Most adult guardianship adjudicating courts completely ignore these obligations. These violations provide federal authorities the opportunity to step in and demand protections in the best interests and expressed interests of the alleged incapacitated person.
We started this campaign in August 2017 and want as many complaints as possible filed with the Department of Justice/ADA in 4Q2017. AAAPG is working directly with DOJ personnel to insure follow-up on these complaints.
If you or a loved one’s case meets one of these two criterion please file a complaint by clicking the following link: Dept of Justice/ADA Complaints
- Living victims who are or have been INVOLUNTARILY CONSCRIPTED, or kept, in an adult guardianship, especially when advance directives were denied or state law designates a family member or friend to serve.
- Living or deceased victims who have been removed from their residences and INVOLUNTARILY INSTITUTIONALIZED and isolated from legitimate family or friends by the guardian. (Olmstead Act Violations)
If any questions, feel free to contact Rick Black ASAP by phone: (855) 913 5337 x104 or by email: email@example.com