Category: Updates

Abuse of power case

In another Involuntary Redistribution of Assets (IRA) case, an Ohio woman was recently convicted of befriending a woman to get power of attorney over her.  A jury found Lisa Hanusosky guilty of two counts of theft and one count of forgery with regard to power of attorney activities for Lucille New, now 86.   This case Keep Reading…


Probate corruption: what v. why

In a recent e-mail exchange with Tom from Ohio, the comment was made that the lack of oversight with regards to judges and lawyers is important.  It was also stated that duping DNR’s or those heavily medicated by having them sign legal documents while incapacitated or as a result of undue influence was already illegal.  Keep Reading…


NYC guardian abuse exposed

In a recent investigative report, New York Fox 5 reporter Mary Garofalo exposed “foxes” of another type — that is “foxes left in charge of the hen house” and the attrocious consequences that follow!  Congratulations to the National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse for their participation in this story.  As many IRA victims are unable Keep Reading…


Financial elder abuse a common IRA case component

We recently came across a web site called Spotlight on Elder Abuse (  The site appears to have an international scope and links to some good information.  We know that Involuntary Redistribution of Assets (IRA) cases occur throughout the U.S., but reading the case history which inspired the establishment of this site also serves as Keep Reading…


Elder exploitation example of candidate influence, opportunity

Tom in Ohio has spent many years trying to bring attention to the increased risk of exploitation faced by aging Americans.  During this presidential election cycle, Tom, like any good advocate, is watching to see what the candidates are saying about his issue.  Estate of Denial loves accountability.  We find it lacking in most of Keep Reading…

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