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Family and guardian rights bill gathering momentum

COFAR blog

After years of being stalled in the state Legislature, a bill that would boost the guardianship rights of family members of the developmentally disabled appears to have a chance of passage.

The bill (H. 1459), which was given a hearing last week by the Judiciary Committee, states that probate court judges should presume a spouse or parent is the proper person to be the guardian of an incapacitated person.

The Committee also heard testimony in support of a related bill (H. 1469), which would prohibit state or other authorities from charging a parent or legal guardian with abuse or neglect, based on the type of medical care the parent or guardian has chosen for an individual in their care.

While we are primarily concerned with legislation that affects people with developmental disabilities, both bills are about the rights of families to make decisions regarding the care of their loved ones. In a number…

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Policy Briefs | Elder Justice Policy Brief

Policy Briefs | Elder Justice Policy Brief.


The Probate and Family Court Department has jurisdiction over family-related and probate matters such as divorce, paternity, child support, custody, visitation, adoption, termination of parental rights, abuse prevention and wills, estates, trusts, guardianships, conservatorships, and changes of name.
Now the number one illness within the court is money and greed from an untitled individual.
The solution is to remove the number one illness money and greed from an untitled  individual.
Abolish probate court and provide a FREE citizens council of mediation and arbitration  by the people, for the people, as a benefit to the people WITHOUT LAWYERS, JUDGES ETC.
The aforementioned issues are so critical and emotional to the foundation of our society that unless the money and greed from an untitled individual is removed the consequence will continue to be an involuntarily redistributing of assets, an erosion of public trust in our government to the point of revolution.
A whole 7- trillion dollar industry payed on the backs of our survivors of WWII (10,000 elderly are turning 65 every day in this country due to the baby boom) can be stopped by the people and for the people.

“I would not put a thief in my mouth to steal my brains.”
― William Shakespeare, Othello

PS: READ Lynched by Court Order

Dying for custody, Part 1: DOJ to investigate Connecticut court programs | Communities Digital News

Jade Helm, Terrorist Attacks, Surveillance and Other Fairy Tales for a Gullible Nation

The PPJ Gazette


This commentary is also available at www.rutherford.org.

By John W. Whitehead
July 6, 2015
“Strange how paranoia can link up with reality now and then.” ― Philip K. Dick, A Scanner Darkly

Once upon a time, there was a nation of people who believed everything they were told by their government.

When terrorists attacked the country, and government officials claimed to have been caught by surprise, the people believed them. And when the government passed massive laws aimed at locking down the nation and opening the door to total government surveillance, the people believed it was done merely to keep them safe. The few who disagreed were labeled traitors.

When the government waged costly preemptive wars on foreign countries, insisting it was necessary to protect the nation, the citizens believed it. And when the government brought the weapons and tactics of war home to use against the populace, claiming…

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