Judges in Probate

Judge ordered Isolation–a travesty

February 16, 2020 // 0 Comments

Isolation of family members from loved ones is one of the  greatest illustrations of how judges in Probate Equity courts have miserably failed to do their jobs. I recently had the opportunity to listen to testimony given to a subcommittee of the Florida legislature by unelected officials in charge of Post guardianship imposition of investigations and stewardship over the horribly broken guardianship program in the state of Florida. In their remarks they repeatedly mentioned they were on the [- more...]

Contrasting systems

November 19, 2019 // 0 Comments

Broken systems One of the reasons that guardianship presents such a challenge to families who oppose it is the rapidity with which it is imposed on unsuspecting seniors and families as well as younger adults with disabilities. A plenary guardianship can strip a person of all their rights and money within a day or two of the initiation of the secret proceedings which lead to emergency temporary guardianships. Those proceedings can be initiated by almost anyone with or without proper [- more...]

WHY PROBATE COURTS CONSISTENTLY FAIL US–2019

June 13, 2019 // 0 Comments

WHY PROBATE COURTS CONSISTENTLY FAIL US For years I have written about the shortcomings in our equity legal system particularly in probate guardianship. Having just celebrated National Elder Abuse Awareness Week, this is a good time to recall what makes equity probate court and the guardianships it creates such an enormous disappointment and in far too many cases a blatant fraud. The political system and money Equity judges generally are elected by the public who knows essentially nothing about [- 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...]

Webinar on Researching Judges

December 17, 2018 // 0 Comments

The webinar is archived in the lawfulpath.com catalog. Scroll down to “Corruption Busters” https://www.lawfulpath.com/cat/ Corruption Busters Learn to Research Judges using Publicly Available Records by Janet Phelan  In this groundbreaking video, investigative journalist Janet Phelan exposes one of the most commonly used methods of money laundering, bribes and other financial crimes. Phelan leads you through the steps in researching the real estate assets and loan histories [- more...]

Senate Hearing and our great challenge

November 28, 2018 // 0 Comments

November 28, 2018   Dear Friends After almost a decade of intensive personal study and advocacy, after the horrific experience of being personally victimized by the guardianship racket, after years of conversations and the exchange of countless ideas to fight this corrupt system with dozens of well-meaning and highly motivated activists, after succeeding in actually changing the laws in the state of Florida, after publishing countless articles on the subject, after writing a comprehensive [- more...]

Texas: Houston federal judge allows state judge to be sued in guardianship negligence case

May 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

By David Yates | May 16, 2018, 1:34pm HOUSTON – Southern District Chief Justice Lee H. Rosenthal recently issued a landmark ruling allowing a wrongful death lawsuit against a Houston probate judge to proceed in an adult guardianship claim. Sherry Johnston sued Harris County Probate Judge Christine Butts in 2016, alleging that her elderly mother Willie Jo Mills suffered broken bones and a rapid, preventable decline, which contributed to malnutrition and death when Mills was a ward of the [- more...]

On Recusing a Judge in Probate

May 4, 2018 // 0 Comments

  We receive lots of desperate phone calls (usually at the last second) asking what can be done about judges who appear to be biased and are about to make rulings of grave consequence to victims and their families. We shed some light on the topic below. Note: This is not legal advice, nor should it be construed as such. Consult a competent attorney for legal advice. Neil Goodman writing in Lawyers.com blog reviews a range of issues regarding judge recusal that we discuss below. Our [- more...]