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Please Governor De Santis

November 20, 2019 // 0 Comments

An open letter to Governor Ron De Santis Can guardianship abuse be fixed in Florida  ? One of the goals of our organization from its inception was to bring public attention to the abuses so commonly seen in Guardianship and in particular in professional guardianships. The idea was that if enough people became educated and concerned that ultimately there would be political and governmental action to address the issue. That has begun to happen. Recently Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida proposed [- more...]

An essay from “J”–Pro Bono? Not really.

November 6, 2019 // 5 Comments

  Pro bono? Not really. In the wake of the Rebecca Fierle scandal, the guardianship industry has begun a campaign to rehabilitate its image.  That campaign has included the popular guardianship cliches about “free care” and “pro bono cases.” But what does the guardianship industry really mean by “free” and “pro bono”?  It turns out that in guardianship lingo, “free” and “pro bono” refer to discounted, not uncompensated, services.   The industry’s own [- more...]

New Mexico: Embezzlement suspect in guardians case pleads guilty

June 26, 2019 // 0 Comments

The judges of the State of New Mexico Judicial Districts appoint every single one of these corporations that are now being shown to have been run by corrupt individuals – for years – gaining their filthy lucre only because the Court re-appoints them, without question, time after time.   But you can’t complain to the group who’s committing the crime — the Judges, in continuing to appoint corrupt corporations without any supervision whatsoever, and accepting no [- more...]

And now the FINRA attack on Seniors

July 9, 2018 // 3 Comments

FINRA rules   Predictably as more and more information becomes available detailing financial abuses against seniors by individuals and institutions, institutional responses to the perceived threats have emerged. As expected, the cures are even worse than the problem.   One such response from FINRA has spawned situations in which the abuses even compounded.   Effective February 5, 2018, members of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) have new account obligations for [- more...]