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Silverado Senior Living Gulag ~ Round 2

  Silverado Senior Living of Sugarland was sued in the 129th Judicial District of Harris County, Texas, for the false imprisonment and illegal assaults committed against Ruby Peterson, deceased, in a conspiracy with lawyers and doctors to isolate and confine her from her family members–for money. Based upon Silverado’s retaliation against her sons filing the […]

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Let My People Go! Says the Lord!

  We pray that the Florida Supreme Court and Southern District of Florida Federal Courts hear our pleas to Let Helen Stone Go! God Himself demands it! He will not tolerate the abuse and exploitation of his people. Please pray with me as they dig their heels in. 20150523PetitionForAllWritsECFStampedCopy Like this:Like Loading…

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Civil Liberties “fair game” to blackmail and punish you with in probate

This feature was taken from lawless america and is quite interesting, but for families, the picture of the panoply of retaliation you can expect when you do not willingly submit to oppression of your State as they steal your inheritance and put you to death on hospice before your time. Agenda 21? I include it […]

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Elderly Couple Kidnapped in Guardianship FREED

By Kean Bauman. CREATED May 20, 2015 Strong words today from a court comissioner who’s been accused of rubber-stamping wrongdoing. Now, it seems the tide is turning in favor of local families. Contact 13 was in the courtroom this morning as one family’s loved ones were liberated from Clark County’s controversial guardianship system. “That is […]

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H.B. 1438 The People vs. the State of Texas

May 21, 2015 Ken Paxton URGENT TIME SENSTIVE Texas Attorney General P.O. Box 12548 Austin, Texas 78711 Texas Governor Greg Abbott Bobby Wilkinson, Budget Analyst Cara Crawford, Budget Analyst Senate State Affairs Chairman Senator Joan Huffman Senate State Affairs Vice Chair Senator Rodney Ellis Senate State Affairs Member Senator Brian Birdwell Senate State Affairs Member […]

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Silverado Senior Living Falsely Imprisons to Death

Silverado Senior Living of Sugarland was sued in the 129th Judicial District of Harris County, Texas, for the false imprisonment and illegal assaults committed against Ruby Peterson, deceased, in a conspiracy with lawyers and doctors to isolate and confine her from her family members–for money. Based upon Silverado’s retaliation against her sons filing the lawsuit […]

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Money Talks~ Autism and Dementia Don’t Speak

“Money Talks, Autism and Dementia Do Not” Candice Schwager The Texas Estates Code qualifies the disqualified and disqualifies the qualified for Cash Cause No. 415959; In re Andrew Stephen Keith Guardianship (Probate Court 3) I am a licensed Texas attorney (1998) and certified attorney ad litem (AAL) bythe State of Texas. I graduated in the […]

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Texas Legislature Putting On a Show!

This legislative session has been quite interesting in probate, trust, estate and guardianship law, with more Bills in the House and Senate than any recent years by far. I understand who the “players” are in this political nightmare better than most, but even I was shocked to see Politics as Usual! Why is that so […]

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Hoodwinked in the Texas House! Midnight Heist

What happens when the rule of law increasingly bows to the whims and violations of unaccountable public officials? Lawlessness in every branch and a system of law that caters to the elite, not the people. Our system of law is slowly being eroded by those at the top levels of our government in every branch […]

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Silverado Senior Living ~ It ain’t over!

Silverado Senior Living of Sugarland was sued in the 129th Judicial District of Harris County, Texas, for the false imprisonment and illegal assaults committed against Ruby Peterson, deceased, in a conspiracy with lawyers and doctors to isolate and confine her from her family members–for money. Based upon Silverado’s retaliation against her sons filing the lawsuit […]

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Sign of the Times: Twist of Fate?

This Statute is a step in the right direction, but like the rest of the Code, lacks teeth to ensure it is meaningful reform and/or capable of enforcement, as opposed to a suggestion. How thorough is the exploration to be? What are the repercussions for failing to give meaningful consideration? How is it policed? Who […]

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S.B. 39 Alternatives to Guardianship: Good idea, Needs Teeth!

This Statute is a step in the right direction, but like the rest of the Code, lacks teeth to ensure it is meaningful reform and/or capable of enforcement, as opposed to a suggestion. How thorough is the exploration to be? What are the repercussions for failing to give meaningful consideration? How is it policed? Who […]

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Tom Benson’s Estate placed in Receivership by Texas Judge

On February 9, 2015, Judge Tom Rickoff, Bear County Probate Judge, ordered two receivers to take control of Tom Benson’s Texas-based fortune in a move that Texas Tech Probate Professor, Gerry Beyer, says has not occurred more than a dozen or so times in the past 30 years. Beyer said, “It’s so rare, that in […]

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Freedom of Speech Rocks!! Bring It!

But not half as much as I love the Texas Constitution and the Anti-SLAPP Statute to slap would be bullies around! Article I Sec.8 of the Texas Constitution is bullet proof and no injunction has been upheld in 200 years on speech! So don’t defame! Use rhetorical hyperbole, opinion statements and truth! Truth is your […]

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Guardianship: Jesus Take the Wheel!

nbsp;   “The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions”I am such the fan of Terry Hammond, I had to reprint this. It’s also eerily frightening the thought of the Judiciary asleep at the wheel, which is Terry’s big plan..he he he. I’m praying Jesus will take the wheel. Anyone have a drumroll…. Here’s […]

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PseudoDementia misdiagnosed for Dementia 15% of Elderly

Right now,  a million or more Americans who have been diagnosed with dementia (including Alzheimer’s dementia), which is debilitating and incurable, are actually suffering with major depression – and that is completely curable in more than 90 percent of cases. This massive misdiagnosis of Americans has dire effects on families, well-being and productivity. The symptoms […]

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Texts, Emails & Social Media in Divorce

Electronic communications such as texts, email and even posts on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter are fast becoming the most important pieces of evidence in divorce cases. In fact, 94 percent of 1,600 lawyers recently surveyed by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) claimed that text messages had increasingly become the […]

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Determining Primary Custody in Texas

Parents frequently asked “How is primary custody determined by the Courts?” The term “primary custody” is commonly used jargon to describe the Parent with the exclusive right to designate the child’s primary residence, since parents will be deemed Joint Managing Conservators in most cases (“JMC”). Joint Managing Conservator denotes the fact that both parents have […]

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Using Social Media to Deny Alimony in Texas

A trend has emerged in the context of Texas Family Law to refer to the opposing spouse’s social media accounts in search of “smoking guns” and obtain an edge. This practice has provided unbelievable evidence and is seen primarily in cases where the Parties’ estate is substantial and one party seeks alimony from the other. […]

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Child Custody in Texas: Standard Possession Order

In Texas, Courts almost always defer to the Legislature-created “Standard Possession Order,” which seeks to fulfill our State’s goal of promoting meaningful, continuous contact with both parents in the event parents divorce, as many do these days.  There are rare circumstances which may cause a Judge to veer from the Standard Possession Order found in […]

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Autistic Intelligence is not always what meets the I.Q.

 There’s more to the intelligence of autistic people than meets the IQ. Unlike most individuals, children and adults diagnosed as autistic often score much higher on a challenging, nonverbal test of abstract reasoning than they do on a standard IQ test. The same autistic individuals who score near or below the IQ cutoff for “low […]

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Family Law: Relocation in Texas

Relocation has been a hot topic for family lawyers and for some of their clients for a few years. Courts have also published decisions in this area. With litigation involving the right to establish the child’s domicile becoming prolific, the guidance offered by these decisions is generally well-received and considered long overdue. The first decision […]

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Special Needs Planning & Guardianship

As your special needs son or daughter reaches the age of the majority, 18, parents be aware of the need to begin transition services and obtain a guardianship so that you can continue to have access to information that would otherwise be confidential, make decisions on behalf of your disabled child, and receive State and/or […]

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Special Needs Trusts

A Special Needs Trust is a specialized legal document designed to benefit an individual who has a disability. This may also be called a Supplemental Needs Trusts, denoting the items upon which trust assets may be spent.  It is important to remember that a Special Needs Trust is a living legal document that is meant to not […]

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Special Needs Trusts: Autism

When it comes to creating a special needs trust for a disabled loved one of a client, too many practitioners focus only on the preservation of public benefits, says Stephen Dale, a disability advocate and specialist on estate planning. “Maybe 20 years ago that was good enough, but if that’s what you’re doing, you need […]

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