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Grabbing the Purse–The Abuse of Dorothy Luck

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Diane Wilson

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Every time I read about another abusive guardianship case, I feel ill. I cannot help but wonder why Americans are not rising up in droves and calling their representatives screaming “Stop! Enough! This is wrong on every level!”  

Mainstream Media refuses to report on this horrific crime. Why? Because the gravy train is so lucrative that no one wants it to stop….too many people are making too much money by stealing other people’s money. In the case of Dorothy Luck, she is NOT incompetent, but the judge declared her as incompetent because she refused to settle in a lawsuit and simply because he could. Dorothy describes the probate court overseen by Tarrant County Judge Steve M. King as a “well-oiled group of people who can’t seem to find a way to make money except to take it away from other people.”

In Nassau County Supreme Court in Mineola, NY, the late Judge Joel Asarch, along with Mary Giordano (elder care attorney with Franchina and Giordano in Garden City, NY) and Anne Recht, geriatric care manager (AMRecht Assoc in Plainview, NY) worked together often on a number of cases where the elderly victims were kidnapped from their homes and imprisoned against their will in nursing homes. My own mother was one of their victims. Dorothy Wilson, an innocent 87 year old woman, had her beloved home of 60 years stolen from her. She died in prison; penniless, alone and drugged with antipsychotic medication.           

American’s dirty little secret, if the public was truly aware, would understand that this abuse can happen to anyone at any time. There are thousands of these stories all over the internet. Share the stories, inform everyone you know. Help put a stop to this nightmare before it happens to you.      More

The kidnapping of Dorothy Wilson: In her own words

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Marti Oakley
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On Sunday, September 23, 2012 we were privileged to have Diane Wilson, daughter of Dorothy Wilson as a guest on TS Radio.  The discussion centered around the kidnapping, imprisonment and isolation of Dorothy Wilson. While isolated and moved from one home to another,  her home was mortgaged, her personal possessions sold or given away.
At one point, Bristal Assisted Living facility charged Dorothy’s estate $53,000 for one month’s stay.
Her home was used to receive a reverse mortgage for $275,000.  This, along with $2300 a month in income all disappeared with no acounting by the guardian.  Two years after Dorothys’ initial kidnapping, the guardian had burned through $350,000 of the estate.
On October 23, 2011 after two years of abuse, neglect and isolation, Dorothy Wilson died of loneliness and despair.  This woman who had lived a good life and had planned her retirement, had an ample income and valuable assets, was left penniless by the guardian.  At this point the guardian petitioned the court to allow her to resign as Dorothy’s guardian. Dorothy died just one week before she might have been reunited with her daughter, Diane.
This could happen to you!
The interview with Diane Wilson can be accessed here.
For support, information and discussion of the rampant epidemic of kidnapping the elderly who committed the crime of aging with assets, please visit NASGA, The National Association to Stop Guardianship Abuse
Also: myelderadvocate.com hosted by Jack Halpern is also a valuable site.

Dorothy Wilson–Stolen by New York Guardian

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A Heartbreaking Story of Elder Abuse and Legal “Thievery”: PART 2

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Jim Fargiano

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My last posted article took me far away from my comfort zone.  In “A Heartbreaking Story of Elder Abuse” I outlined the plight of my friend’s fight for her mother’s rights to be restored.  Whether you believe in the ability of mediums and psychics or not, that is generally what my efforts are put into.  It was not something I sought, but rather given by a Power unexplained to me.  Over the years it has allowed me to have helped thousands of people get focused on their life path, as well as to bring about a healing to most of them on numerous levels.  The reason I am sharing this is that I have always tried to adjust to what is requested of me by the “inner drive” that often seems to differ from my personal concepts, wants and desires.  That probably makes more sense to those of you who are on a good spiritual or religious path. More

A Heartbreaking Story of Elder Abuse and Legal “Thievery”: PART 1

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Jim Fargiano 

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Until relatively recently, I was unaware of how rampant elder abuse is within the legal court system.  For almost the last two decades, my life has been consumed by helping as many people as I could in a different way than most give help.  I have informally counseled and helped thousands of people through the publishing of my book, as well as in private sessions as a medium/psychic.  It was not until my good friend started to share her story with me that my eyes were opened to something far more prevalent than I was cognizant of; at least on a conscious level.

I have been privileged to know Diane for over five years.  During that span, she has never been anything but helpful, loving and compassionate to everyone.  More

Dorothy Wilson: another New york victim of predatory guardianship

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National Association to Stop Guardianship Abuse (NASGA)

 

Dorothy Wilson is 85 years old and suffers from early dementia. She is not a stroke victim or in a wheelchair, and she does not need to be washed or bathed. She cleans and cooks for herself.   

I applied for guardianship in December, 2008, but my siblings fought this.  In March, 2009, a geriatric “care” manager and guardian were assigned to my mother and she was declared incapacitated.  An order was issued for an aide in her home 24/7, but soon arrangements were made for Mom to stay with family on weekends.  Restricted pickup and return times were ordered, and although I requested relief many times, but the judge refused to allow it. His decision was based on the care manager’s assertion that 9am on a Saturday to pickup and 9am on a Monday to return is the only time the agency, Home Companion Services of Port Jefferson, will allow.      

One aide soon became Mom’s friend and confidant. On September 15, 2009, the care manager  went to my mother’s house with a new aide that does not drive, and ordered the other aide to leave or she would call the police. Mom insisted she did not want Cheri to leave and she was threatened as well.  The guardian claimed she did this for my mother’s “safety” although nothing had happened.   

The court has refused to allow my mother to stay with family additional days when someone is available, which is what she wants, and would save her thousands of dollars in agency fees. No one listens to her or respects her wishes. After Mom complained to me and her attorney about the violation of her privacy and HIPPA rights, her attorney advised the judge via letter on October 30, 2009. False allegations were then made against me by the guardian and the care manager. On November 10, 2009, the guardian mailed a letter to me stating that I violated the court orders prohibiting anyone from discussing costs with Mom and she imposed supervised visitation.  More

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