Legal Lynching in Florida

A lynching is an extrajudicial punishment by an informal group often to intimidate a minority group and often performed without due process. Unfortunately, it is not farfetched to equate the Florida Elder Guardianship process to a LEGAL LYNCHING. The cruel and corrupt system has been called “Liquidate, Isolate, Medicate.” With so many of the players working together, with intimate knowledge of the legal loopholes, they literally hang you out to dry. Since 2012, my Aunt Lillie has been caught...
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Guardians At The Gate

The final gatekeeper in the Guardianship system is the judge. However, court-appointed guardians are given great power. Professional guardianship has been called a "growth business" in Florida, with the number increasing from 12 registered professional guardians in 2003 to 456 in 2015, according to the state's Department of Elder Affairs. The Florida State Guardianship Association describes guardianship as "a process designed to protect and exercise the legal rights of individuals whose func...
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