Please note: Not all judges are bad, nor all attorneys, nor all guardians. NASGA does not paint these professionals with a wide brush. We applaud the good guys – those who take pride in their profession and those who vigorously and zealously defend the rights and wishes of guardianship and conservatorship wards and their families who are in unlawful or abusive situations. And we know and appreciate that there are plenty of good guys out there! We have personally heard from many of them and hope to hear from many more!
Nor is NASGA anti guardianship; guardianship is a necessary law. Certainly most guardianship works. But, when it doesn’t, it is harmful and tragic, even devastating. Our mission is to reform, not abolish.
We are not lawyers, and we do not give legal advice nor do we give lawyer recommendations; instead, we work to fix the broken system.
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