Are Judges Really Immune?

September 26, 2018 Edmund Burke 0

Houston federal judge allows state judge to be sued By David Yates | May 16, 2018 HOUSTON – Southern District Chief Justice Lee H. Rosenthal recently issued a landmark ruling allowing a wrongful death lawsuit […]

New York: A Sink-Hole for Estates

July 30, 2018 Edmund Burke 0

LAWYERS PROFIT FROM GUARDIANSHIP RACKET By Alisa Partlan | June 5, 2018 It is a New Yorker’s nightmare: losing all that a family has worked for, even down to the place they call home. But […]

Problems In Vermont’s Probate Guardian Programs

June 17, 2018 Edmund Burke 0

Who Is Watching Vermont’s Legal Guardians? From:  Seven Days:  Vermont’s Independent Voice By TAYLOR DOBBS @TAYLORDOBB Bruce Thomas and two of his siblings waged a costly court battle for eight years, alleging that their brother […]

Minnesota “Swamped” by Tsunami of Abuse

February 19, 2018 Edmund Burke 0

State employees say elder-abuse reports tossed in trash due to backlog of cases Chronic chaos, dysfunction recounted at state office investigating elder abuse. Abuse Claims Spiked 400% in Six Years By Chris Serres Star Tribune […]

Courts Strip Rights; Drain Funds

October 3, 2017 Edmund Burke 0

How judges, probate attorneys, and guardianship orgs abuse the vulnerable  By Michael Barajas e Photos by Michael Barajas Joy Powers woke from a horrific car wreck to find she’d been appointed a guardian and stripped […]

Is The Bar A Union?

September 2, 2017 pershing 0

The Monopoly of the Corporate BAR Associations August 8, 2017 Marti Oakley PPJ Gazette copyright © ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “There is absolutely nothing in the Constitution for the United States authorizing, or otherwise directing the creation of these […]