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Asked on: 4/30/05, 1:03 am

Guardianship scam

My mother had a guardian of the person for 6weeks. The attorney and the guardian charged a total of $18,000. The commissioner rubberstamped their request for pay.They submitted the report late in violation of a ct order and statute. The commissioner was unconcerned. The request for reconsideration and revision were denied. I knew it was a scam, but I never thought to analyze the itemized statement. Finally I realized that it didn't add up. I went through item by item. Calls, meetings, visits, conferences didn't match. There were numerous double charges and errors. The director worked two sessions on a one sentence correction of her own irrelevant mistake for a total of 41/2 hours. I submitted a grievance to the board. It was rejected as having been resolved by the court. I wrote individually to the Supreme Ct. the authorizing agent. Justice Bridge told me to resubmit. I spent hours and hours on it - they violated at least 18 of the 20some standards. Again it was rejected under Rule 23 as having been decided on by the ct. I simply wanted the standards applied to the greedy behavior of these crooks. My motion to vacate was rejected and I was dunned. Can I try for criminal charges. On it's face the bill is bogus.

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