Baker Act

The Garwood Fiasco in detail

November 20, 2020 // 4 Comments

Jan Garwood lived comfortably but also in sadness since the death of her son Adam in 2006. She was fending for herself and getting along with the help of her friend Estrella, whose garage she would be living in by fall 2020. Her unemployed son Alex Sosiadar and his common law wife moved in with Jan, ostensibly to help out and provide support. But, their presence devolved into a difficult and contentious relationship. To force him to leave and face some issues with substances, Jan filed over a [- more...]

You are at risk!

March 20, 2019 // 0 Comments

AN URGENT WARNING TO ALL AMERICANS WITH ASSETS Your very life is at risk, grave risk. Everything you own, including your own freedom and priceless Human and American civil rights can be taken from you—worse than for a mass murderer– and your life forever decimated if you are targeted by predators who lurk behind the black robes of an administrative probate judge in State courts all around the country. And as long as that colluding administrative judge authorizes the predator’s heinous [- more...]

The Baker Act

February 23, 2018 // 0 Comments

With regard to the recent tragic school shooting in Parkland Florida, there has been a lot of talk about why the shooter was not taken off the streets sooner using existing law in Florida called the Baker Act. Like so many other issues in the world of mental health, The Baker Act is poorly understood, but it is very powerful and has had a large role to play in numerous unwanted, involuntary, exploitative and abusive plenary guardianships. For a better understanding of the Baker act process and [- more...]