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Michigan: The Lawyer Who Sued the State of Michigan

July 18, 2019 // 0 Comments

Linda Arters experienced restricted visits with her legally blind and cognitively impaired mother Rosalyn B. Arters, who was allegedly surreptitiously relocated from Florida and eventually guardianized in Boulder County, Colorado. “I attribute her death to the fact that she was continually denied proper medical care by the guardian,” Arters said. Rosalyn Arters was among the 1.3 million adults that the National Center for State Courts has ventured to guess are under the thumb of a family or [- more...]

National: How Michigan’s Retirement Fraud battle will help you

July 16, 2019 // 0 Comments

by Juliette Fairley When Shelley Thomson fell ill earlier this year with potassium deficiency and called 911, she didn’t expect her life to change so drastically. Formerly, the 75-year-old lived freely in a home in New Braunfels, Texas, inherited from a parent. The retired stock broker now resides in a bedroom with bars on the window in a locked facility. It was a guardianship imposed upon Thomson on May 23 that resulted in her becoming a ward of the state. Currently, the Texas Health and [- more...]

Michigan AG interview

June 21, 2019 // 0 Comments

Eye opening interview with MI AG Dana Nessel confirming everything we have been saying for years   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-ksSZc3xGg [- more...]

Michigan: Federal lawsuit challenging Michigan’s guardianship system advances, slowly

April 28, 2019 // 0 Comments

Brad Geller is an attorney in Michigan who filed a federal lawsuit against the state of Michigan challenging the elder guardianship program.  The lawsuit, United States et al v State of Michigan, is a writ of habeus corpus demanding the release of all guardianized citizens in the state of Michigan. So far, the lawsuit has (narrowly) survived a recommendation to dismiss by magistrate judge. Most recently, the Judge signed an order to show cause. You can follow the case by tracking activity on [- more...]

WARNING: Massive Guardianship Corruption in Oakland County Michigan

May 12, 2018 // 19 Comments

In the last months we have seen a huge spike in reports of Guardianship abuse and corruption in Oakland County Michigan involving not only private guardians but also elected officials, judges and law enforcement personnel. Here is just one such case. http://www.predatoryprobate.com/   There are many other equally horrific cases involving the same and many other officials as well that mimic mafia like organized crime and gang like violence. This is our first ever warning of this type to [- more...]

Court Predators caught red handed trying to steal another house in Michigan Probate

June 18, 2017 // 0 Comments

Another Probate Scandal in Macomb County, Michigan And they will get off with not even a slap on the wrist!! Can you say “CORRUPT”? (WXYZ) – The 7 Investigators have been exposing a disturbing pattern of some public officials and real estate brokers taking over estates after someone dies, leaving the rightful heirs with very little. Macomb County Probate Public Administrator resigns after investigation Are probate claims being used to take Michigan homes from rightful heirs? [- more...]

Hospital gives Risperdol with NO diagnosis to a costly patient that they want to die

December 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

DEARBORN — A local family is frustrated with Beaumont Hospital- Dearborn (formerly Oakwood Hospital- Dearborn) regarding the treatment of an elderly relative who has remained hospitalized for more than 18 months. Amine Zriek, 86, had been diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in 2009, due to 50 years of heavy smoking. He made frequent visits to various local hospitals due to his worsening condition, which included breathing problems, lung and respiratory infections and [- more...]