Friday, June 13, 2008

Help Link Forces For Positive Change Today

Those of us who have been victimized by the guardianship system know the frustrations we've experienced in our efforts to find assistance and obtain justice in a seemingly unjust legal system.

Legislative statutes are totally ineffective when judges and law enforcement agencies ignore them. Government organizations are understaffed and underpaid and the majority of Elder Law attorneys are inexperienced in this fairly new area of law. Most are unable or unwilling to take on a futile endeavor especially when the client has little or no money to pay their fees while the guardian is draining the same family's assets to pay for their own legal representation.

State Bar Associations defend the attorneys. Elected officials seize the opportunity for a new campaign issue to appeal to voters by signing their names to ineffective legislation. Judges turn a deaf ear to the pleas of elderly victims who are being "legally" robbed of their life savings, their dignity and sometimes their very lives. Loving sons, daughters and other family members exhaust themselves emotionally and financially trying to fight a legal system which is suppose to protect the very people it's destroying.

If you, or a loved one have been victimized by a court appointed guardian or conservator, or if you are interested in helping others who have been, and are ANGRY enough to do something to help, please become an
Advocate for National Guardianship Ethics and Reform and turn your ANGER into a positive force for CHANGE!

Are you ANGRY enough to make a difference?

Are you ANGRY enough to change the WORLD

for your Parents, for your Children, for Yourself?

Refocus your ANGER into a force for POSITIVE ACTION!

Contact A.N.G.E.R today!
Robin Westmiller, JD founded the National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse back in 2006, following her own experiences with guardianship and what happened to her father under this system. Following a "hostile takeover" of NASGA, she formed, and is dedicated to reforming the guardianship/conservatorship system.

Advocates for National Guardianship Ethics and Reform
44 Summerfield Street
Thousand Oaks, California 91360

(805) 402-7106 - Fax: (805) 493-4332

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