Colorado

An unsolicited letter about Guardianship

February 1, 2020 // 0 Comments

I recently received the following documents. They speak for themselves. they need to be shared widely. Your comments to the authors and to me at drsam@aaapg.net  are welcome.   January 20, 2020   Dr. Sam Sugar M.D. AAAPG Hollywood, FL  33312   Dear Dr. Sugar,   Your book “Guardianships and the Elderly” has truly been a survival guide for us as we have fought for guardianship of our mother for over 2 years.  There has been exceptional Elder Abuse by many trusted [- more...]

Guardian Felony Theft in Colorado

June 14, 2017 // 0 Comments

CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY Denver Guardian Steals 1.3 million Ho Hum..another criminal guardian When will the Judges finally stop this crimewave? KUSA – A Jefferson County jury found Denver attorney Glenn Gregory, 55, guilty of thirteen theft-related counts for bilking his 89-year-old step-grandmother, Martha Villano, out of $1.3 million. The money was taken out of Villano’s trust fund, which was meant to provide for her until her death. Gregory, who was a trustee and hand power of [- more...]

Colorado: Get Your Code On!

November 19, 2015 // 0 Comments

AAAPG’s friends at F.A.C.E.U.S.org (Families Against Court Embezzlement Unethical Standards) in Colorado have produced a humorous but compelling request to their fellow state residents to support the “Honest Judge Amendment” as it wends its way through the pre-ballot process. To learn more about how you can support the Honest Judge Amendment, please go to FACEUS.org or The Judicial Integrity Project‘s [- more...]

Wall Street Journal: Abuse Plagues System of Legal Guardians for Adults

October 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

By ARIAN CAMPO-FLORES and ASHBY JONES Oct. 30, 2015 1:18 p.m. ET One day in March 2012, 71-year-old Linda McDowell received a knock at the door of her small Vancouver, Wash., home. Ms. McDowell needed court-appointed help, the visitor told her. It turned out that Ms. McDowell’s former housemate and companion had pushed for a court petition claiming Ms. McDowell was unable to take care of herself. The petition said Ms. McDowell had recently made an unsafe driving maneuver, had been disruptive [- more...]

Colorado’s judicial records policy faces questions, concerns

October 6, 2015 // 0 Comments

Attorneys, residents and a lawmaker are criticizing the Colorado Supreme Court ’s open records policy, which is designed to replace state open records laws after courts exempted themselves from state transparency requirements. The state Supreme Court held a public hearing Thursday to take input on the transparency rules it formulated and which Chief Justice Nancy Rice implemented on a preliminary basis with a judicial directive. State Rep. Polly Lawrence, R- Douglas County , said it is [- more...]

Colorado: Watchdog.org reports Lawmakers to take on receivership, probate abuse

July 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

Lawmakers to take on receivership, probate abuse By Arthur Kane | Watchdog.org DENVER — When Diego Conde’s mother died in 2008 she left him a modest $20,000 inheritance to help pay for school and other expenses. But since he wasn’t 18, the court appointed a guardian to oversee the estate. By the time he turned of age, the money was gone and, he said, half went to expenses and compensation for the guardian. “My college bills weren’t being paid on time, I got an eviction notice and [- more...]
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