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From New York

I’ve been receiving and reading the newsletters on “Estate of Denial” and I’m so glad because now I have a name to call what my Mother and myself went through from 1997 right up until the day Mom died in December 2007.  It is called “Involuntary Redistribution of Assets” or “IRA.”  Before I was in Keep Reading…

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From New York

I had lived in the same house with my mother for 27 years and took care of her and maintained the property. In 2005, my sisters, who had only visited sporadically, secretly took my mother to an elder law attorney and obtained a Durable Power of Attorney, Health care proxy, living will with them as Keep Reading…

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From Illinois

Dr. Vernon Sinn lives in Illinois.  A Letter to the Editor written on Dr. Sinn’s behalf by Sharon Denney well describes his experience: This is Doctor Vernon Sinn. He is a physician whose specialty was internal medicine. He also practiced in the cardiology area. He was, in every way, a scholar.He also earned a law Keep Reading…

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From Florida

I live in SFl. and my mother was a victim of forced guardianship. It was family inspired and turned over to a corporate guardian, 12 weeks later my mother was dead. She was  put into Hospice with a diagnosis of terminal cancer  only one problem:  She was NEVER diagnosed by a doctor for the illness Keep Reading…

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From Texas

Thank you for your efforts to expose the horrors which our most vulnerable citizens, even children have been subjected by the same government which is supposed to serve and protect. I was ignorant about these horrors, I had to find out the hard way; but, I didn’t stop until I found out what was behind Keep Reading…

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