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Orlando

August 16, 2019 // 0 Comments

ORLANDO GUARDIANSHIP ABUSE MOVIE PREMIERE AND TOWN HALL SET FOR SEPT. 9, 2019 International Award-winning documentary “The Guardians” comes to Orlando   FREE public event: “Preventing Abuse and Protecting Rights” Imagine a system of justice in this country that routinely strips citizens of their Constitutional rights, voids their existing legal documents, gives others the right to spend their money and sell their assets, isolates them, and often put limits the time they can spend with [- more...]

How can we do better?

July 31, 2019 // 2 Comments

An emerging perspective   From the number of calls I receive daily from guardianship victims from across the country, it appears that the guardianship racket is working overtime creating more victims, more destroyed families and more profit for itself. I find myself spending hours every day explaining how the broken equity probate system is constructed and how it routinely destroys anyone who dares object to it. Trouble is, absent personal experience with the racket, no one can understand [- more...]

Michigan: The Lawyer Who Sued the State of Michigan

July 18, 2019 // 0 Comments

Linda Arters experienced restricted visits with her legally blind and cognitively impaired mother Rosalyn B. Arters, who was allegedly surreptitiously relocated from Florida and eventually guardianized in Boulder County, Colorado. “I attribute her death to the fact that she was continually denied proper medical care by the guardian,” Arters said. Rosalyn Arters was among the 1.3 million adults that the National Center for State Courts has ventured to guess are under the thumb of a family or [- more...]

National: How Michigan’s Retirement Fraud battle will help you

July 16, 2019 // 0 Comments

by Juliette Fairley When Shelley Thomson fell ill earlier this year with potassium deficiency and called 911, she didn’t expect her life to change so drastically. Formerly, the 75-year-old lived freely in a home in New Braunfels, Texas, inherited from a parent. The retired stock broker now resides in a bedroom with bars on the window in a locked facility. It was a guardianship imposed upon Thomson on May 23 that resulted in her becoming a ward of the state. Currently, the Texas Health and [- more...]

Hospice and APS

July 15, 2019 // 0 Comments

Here are 2 stories for you Guardianship and hospice– feeding off each other As the guardianship industry continues to expand and affect more and more seniors and families throughout the country, an increasing number of family members have been writing in to identify some little-known aspects of this process that make it so incredibly profitable and easy for the court insiders to pull off. As long suspected, the extremely lucrative hospice business which has proliferated across the country [- more...]

The Fierle File

July 14, 2019 // 8 Comments

From Public information and private investigator Rebecca Fierle-Santoian (legal name on Florida driver’s license; also the name used at banks to open guardianship accounts) Rebecca Santoian (notarized name used in Marion County when buying and selling properties with current husband, a cardiologist Rebecca Fierle (name consistently used on court documents when petitioning for guardianships and when advertising Geriatric Management, Inc. and Geriatric Care Management, Inc. Her name was [- more...]

Texas: San Antonio Lawyer Sanctioned for Fraudulent Conduct Involving Elderly Millionaire

July 8, 2019 // 0 Comments

“The sanctions order is designed and intended to silence the only people asking for a second medical opinion,” said San Antonio solo practitioner Philip Ross. By Angela Morris | May 30, 2019 at 06:43 PM A San Antonio attorney will appeal a $227,000 sanction in which a probate judge found the lawyer and his clients “participated in a fraud upon this court” by lying and filing groundless pleadings in bad faith during a guardianship proceeding involving an elderly, incapacitated [- more...]

Texas: Health & Human Services Commission sued in federal court for constitutional violations in guardianship

July 8, 2019 // 0 Comments

NEW BRAUNFELS – The Texas Health and Human Services Commission was sued in Western District federal court on July 5 for allegedly violating the freedom of speech and right of association of a 75-year-old New Braunfels woman who is a Ward of the state. A guardianship was imposed upon Shelley Thomson on May 23 after she fell ill with potassium deficiency and visited a hospital emergency room, according to a press release. HHSC is currently Thomson’s guardian. “HHSC has a duty to provide [- more...]

Deception of Protection Video

July 2, 2019 // 0 Comments

A MUST SEE and MUST SHARE video featuring AAAPG members. PLEASE share this widely and let the world know what is happening in these cases. Elder Dignity & Power Living Media Release Video Explaining the Rising Crime of Adult Guardianship Exploitation  Features Top Elder Justice Advocates and Families Affected NEW YORK, NY, JULY 2, 2019: How much do you value freedom? Do you believe you have a choice in how you live your life? Don’t be deceived… you could be a target.  The [- more...]
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