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From Ohio

Involuntary Redistribution of Assets Great Article! Great information and my situation is nearly identical. My mother passed away 2 years ago. In her Will there is a section Article IV that has two options for me: #1 Get divorced and I get my share of a trust set up for me #2 Stay married to Keep Reading…

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From Colorado

Elder abuse and abuse of disabled adults is on the rise and the guardianship systems in our state courts and protective agencies intended to protect the vulnerable, all too often, fail to do so. They not only fail, but many times are the enablers of such abuse. Attached is my family nightmare with these so-called Keep Reading…

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From California

I sent the attached letter to the judge that has been hearing my case. Probably won’t do any good but I want him to know why I will not appear in his court room again! February 9, 2011 Honorable Gerrit Wood William R. Ridgeway Family Relations Courthouse 3341 Power Inn Road Sacramento, CA. 95826 RE: Keep Reading…

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From Arizona

EDITOR’S NOTE: This poem was written by one of the attorneys representing members of the Disney family in an Arizona guardianship dispute. Click here to read an article from The Arizona Republic about the court hearing referenced. We encourage you to also use The Arizona Republic link to access the article’s comments for additional insight Keep Reading…

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From Washington

Hello, There is a video I posted on Youtube of me reading my letter to Commissioner Grovdahl. You are welcome to include the address (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWq8IPipdmE) on your site. Dean Libey EDITOR’S NOTE:  Here are other links further detailing the guardianship experience of Dean Libey and his mother. http://www.estateofdenial.com/2009/02/17/wa-guardian-case-highlights-need-for-government-transparency/ http://www.estateofdenial.com/2009/02/17/courts-and-secrets-v-dean-libey/ http://www.estateofdenial.com/2009/02/17/courts-and-secrets-cont/

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