Corruption in the Courts

Michelle Malkin: Blowing the Lid Off Probate Predators

June 23, 2021 // 0 Comments

There is a silent epidemic in this country claiming the lives and property of untold numbers of innocent elderly and disabled Americans. It has nothing to do with exotic viruses. In fact, it's a homegrown phenomenon involving corrupt elected officials, judges, and lawyers. [- more...]

Essential bias and abuse of process in the courts–Big Brother is Biased

April 16, 2021 // 0 Comments

  Guardianship creation is the big business of Probate Courts that wield the power to destroy anyone they target, like some kind of Orwellian Big Brother. These courts hover around us ready to pounce on any unsuspecting family unlucky enough or stupid enough to be involved in their perfidy. The administrative law officers running these Star Chambers are creating havoc and misery and even death of their vulnerable wards so often because that is what they are accustomed to doing, by habit, by [- more...]

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...]

Send this letter to Probate Judges running for Office

August 11, 2020 // 0 Comments

https://1drv.ms/w/s!AkhleSCTwahdq18V3Waxnv4_6gna?e=rc7pws If a judge promises to act properly and then does not, at the very least he/she can be publicly shamed. AAAPG will keep a record of received responses. All YOU need to do is email this letter to the judge’s campaign and follow up with  a phone [- more...]

The difference between you/us and them

May 19, 2020 // 0 Comments

The difference between you/us and them I spend a lot of time talking to victims of probate abuse from all around the country. My heart goes out to them for the suffering they endure as a result of trying to do what they think is the right thing for an elderly parent. As is so often the case, the people I speak to have been attacked, maligned, excoriated, fined, sanctioned and generally worked over in probate hearings and litigation. By the time they reach out to someone like me, they have been [- more...]

Guardianship as a form of Terrorism

April 20, 2020 // 0 Comments

  I recently had the opportunity to attend a security seminar. As I listened to the security expert describe the intricacies of how we should prepare ourselves for the possibility of an attack on our community, I was struck by how predatory abusive guardianship is really very similar to a terror attack on families and individuals. I began to think on how we might be better prepared to prevent and/or react to such an attack ourselves either now or in the future if we could apply the same [- more...]
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