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Dispelling Conventional Wisdom

June 16, 2019 // 3 Comments

Elder abuse and guardianship Is it really the family ?   The definition of elder abuse in the United States, varies on the basis of each state’s statutes and regulations. Researchers also use different definitions to describe and study the issue. However, the World Health Organization (WHO)[and US Department of Justice (USDOJ) define elder abuse as follows: “Elder abuse is a single or repeated act, or lack of appropriate action, occurring within any relationship where there [- more...]

Torture in Probate Equity Guardianships

April 16, 2019 // 0 Comments

Victims and families of guardianship abuse nearly universally complain that they are being tortured by the court system in Equity probate proceedings. Here’s why they are right. Among the top 10 forms of nonphysical torture are: Being subjected to interrogation for long periods Blackmailing or other forms of undue coercion Exploitation of strongly held beliefs or fears Pharmacological torture Sensory deprivation Sleep deprivation Threat of permanent, severe damage Each one of these [- more...]

How to Fight a Guardianship Part 1

March 19, 2019 // 1 Comment

How to fight a guardianship—Part 1 One of the most difficult aspects of involvement in the guardianship trap is the near impossibility of fighting it. Abusive/fraudulent guardianship is a fraud racket intentionally constructed to defeat anyone or anything that gets in its way. Only the court insider perpetrators ever profit from it. Everyone else suffers. Victims from all over the country have experienced abject failure in their attempts to reverse or mitigate such guardianships when they [- more...]

Guardianship Bonds

November 1, 2018 // 0 Comments

How guardianship bonds work The events surrounding guardianship can be very traumatizing and exceptionally complex. As if having a loved one lose their rights, their estate, their home and their place in society were not enough, victims and family members are forced to deal with a dizzying array of technical and legal obstacles to suppress or prevent redress of grievances against the overwhelmingly powerful unsupervised unmonitored guardianship system. This includes the entire concept of [- more...]

An analysis of Buzz Aldrin’s guardianship

August 17, 2018 // 4 Comments

  Lessons From Buzz Aldrin Guardianship: Twin Filings Put Focus on Abuse In his Elder Law column, Daniel G. Fish writes: Buzz Aldrin was the second person to set foot on the moon’s surface and only 12 people have set foot there. But now he is one of an estimated one and a half million adults who are the subject of guardianship proceedings in the United States. By Daniel G. Fish | August 16, 2018 at 11:51 AM Buzz Aldrin on the Moon Buzz Aldrin was the second person to set foot on the [- more...]

AAAPG developments

February 11, 2018 // 3 Comments

  In recent days there have been developments that our followers should know about. One of the most important functions of our organization is to connect victims in similar geographic areas. Our membership roster has allowed us to do this. We have been successful in bringing groups of victims together in a number of states, particularly Florida, New Mexico, Michigan and several others. In Florida’s Collier County there has been significant activity with regard to one of the most [- more...]

Unsolicited from Michigan Victim

January 27, 2018 // 2 Comments

I want to say so much about this corruption of guardianship! I pray this will go through! this country should be ashamed of itself for allowing this secret evil of guardianship in our courts to exist in a so-called free society! Many greedy profiteers involved in “using humans for profit”, under the guise of protectors! It is even more evil than Hitler’s Holocaust, as that horror ended. Guardianship corruption has destroyed countless American citizens lives, their families [- more...]

The Death of Democracy in the Probate “Court” 

January 17, 2018 // 6 Comments

The Death of Democracy in the Probate “Court” By David Arnold Originally published in the Boston Broadside December 2017 Reprinted with permission The United States is a democracy. Right? I never questioned that until 2012. Someone that I loved very dearly was subjected to severe abuse by the Probate Court. I was also subjected to abuse. I survived. Gretchen did not. The lasting damage done to me by this experience was the destruction of my belief that people do not have to fear abuse by [- more...]

Using incapacity claim as a weapon in divorce

December 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

In yet another way that guardianship can be used as a weapon, a Florida Clerk of Courts tried to have her husband guardianized as a way to grab his pension in a divorce proceeding. http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/broward/fl-reg-howard-forman-marriage-20171219-story.html The Judge, who has been named in many victim complaints, actually sent valid examiners to find the man fully capacitated and then denied the guardianship. It might be noted that the man in question was political insider and [- more...]
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