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White paper: Keeping up with those crafty guardians

May 29, 2015 // 0 Comments

It hasn’t been easy for those abusive guardians. Think about all the work they have to do to rape an estate, isolate award from his family, make sure doctors appropriately poison their wards with atypical anti-psychotics so they become drooling vegetables unable to complain, pushing endless litigation against family members and making it all look just so clean and simple and legal! Guardians have to be very clever and crafty, so we’d like to report on some of the most incredible [- more...]

Whitepaper: The Definition of Barratry

May 28, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Definition of Barratry bar·ra·try ?bar?tr?/ noun noun: barratry 1. archaic: fraud or gross negligence of a ship’s master or crew at the expense of its owners or users. 2. Law: vexatious litigation or incitement to it. 3. historical: trade in the sale of church or state appointments. At AAAPG, we have witnessed incredible, unending, systematic perversion of probate laws by greed driven for-profit guardians and lawyers who greatly profit from that cruel perversion. We have developed [- more...]

Texas: Luck for Dorothy, freed from Guardianship

May 21, 2015 // 0 Comments

March 19, 2014 Ft Worth Weekly. Dorothy Luck finally nabbed a break in her ongoing battle against a Tarrant County probate court that has seemed bent on bleeding her dry financially in an ironic attempt to protect her. Judge Steven King signed an agreement this month that frees Luck from guardianship in a controversial case that removed her rights — including her ability to hire an attorney — even as it sucked an estimated $1 million or more of her savings (“Grabbing the Purse,” Sept. [- more...]

Texas: Analysis of the guardianship of Dr. Mike Reichert and proposed HB 1438

May 19, 2015 // 0 Comments

Read the complete coverage of the latest shocking Guardianship Abuse case – once again committed by a sitting judge and his court-appointees – concerning how Titus County Judge Brian Lee was able to declare Dr. Mike Reichert mentally incompetent without the Texas State Constitution’s guaranteed protections of Due Process, including the right to trial by jury and the right to appeal a determination of mental incapacity. Perhaps more shocking, is that the currently convened [- more...]