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Friday April 16, 2021 at 7:00 CST

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Hosted by Marti Oakley With guest co-host Elaine Mickman

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Joining Marti tonight will be Elaine Mickman, alternate co-host for “In The Mix” Nothing in this broadcast is to be considered legal advise.

To speak to the hosts: 917-388-4520 and hit #1 to be put in the cue.

We are not attorneys, but the current state of affairs on so many levels has required the public to do their own legal research in an effort to understand just what exactly the BAR associations and the so-called judiciary are using to get away with the abduction, isolation, and theft of estates under guardianship.

We will be talking about our research into legal capacity, legal agency, and legal status; three areas of law the predators do not appear to want the public to have knowledge of. It is through the avoidance of these things that victims of the guardianship racket lose the right to their own identity, their medical treatment wishes and their estates. They also lose the right to freely associate with family, friends, and religious leaders. Isolation is a known form of human torture. This is what allows the predators to designate the victims as “things”, “units” and “merchandise”. We have been commodified! Seen by the predators as nothing more than a commodity to profit from.

Join us we take a look at just how deep this racket runs. The very people who are supposed to advocate for the law are the same people who twist it, abuse it and select only those things that will be benefit them personally in choosiing what to uphold or what to ignore.

Minnesota Probate Watch

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Minnesota Probate Watch

 

“It was once said that the moral test of government is how that government treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; and those who are in the shadows of life, the sick, the needy and the handicapped.”

 

Hubert H. Humphery

 

 

 

Probate Watch is made up of group of people whose lives and loved ones have been impacted by probate court guardianships. We are looking for others to help lobby our legislatures and state organizations to drive change. We need help to show the need for additional legislation to protect our seniors, respect their rights and show how existing laws are being violated.

 

Please take our guardianship survey:

 

We are collecting data through an on-line survey to identify areas where there needs to be reform in the guardianship/conservatorship system. The survey is designed to collect statistics supporting the need for reforms and also provide details on how seniors and families have been affected. Your input is valuable to us and we encourage you to participate.

 

Survey: Guardianship and Conservatorship in Minnesota

 

Note: Our survey uses google form documents. Some company IT systems block access to these documents. If you have problems accessing the survey, please try using a different computer or smart phone.

 

 

Contact us: ProbateWatchMN@gmail.com

 

Additional Information:

 

For more information on the forms of guardianship abuse we recommend contacting the National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse (NASGA).

 

NASGA Website: stopguardianabuse.org

 

 

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