This column examines conditions in Florida but the same problems exist in many states. Step One: Eminent danger —The initial court petition The professional guardian [or conservator], with the assistance of her attorneys, commences the embezzlement process by filing an emergency petition in the probate courts to become the “emergency” “temporary” guardian. Florida guardianship statutes (Chapter 744), like many […]
About Angela V. Woodhull, Ph.D.
Angela V. Woodhull, Ph.D. is a published author, licensed private investigator, and produced playwright. She also works online as a psychology professor and ESL instructor.
In June 2011, Dr. Woodhull was one of 41 victims who addressed Congress on Capitol Hill about guardianship fraud and guardianship abuses. Guardianship activists continue to expose guardianship crimes and seek justice.
Dr. Woodhull can be reached at (352) 327-3665 or (352) 682-9033, or write her at PO Box 14423, Gainesville, Florida 32604-2423, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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American hospitals have devised a scheme to guarantee they never get stuck with an unpaid bill. It’s called guardianship. Thinking of checking into a hospital? Think again. You may never see home again. Ginger Franklin, Hendersonville, Tennessee, fell down the stairs in her condo and suffered a bump on her head. She was declared “temporarily mentally incapacitated” […]
“A large part of the victim’s money is spent on attorney’s fees and guardian’s fees. As long as there is ample money in the victim’s guardianship account, the guardian and her attorney cohorts will file motion upon motion after motion to the courts,” STEP ONE—“EMINENT DANGER”—THE INITIAL COURT PETITION The professional guardian, with the assistance […]