Re-posts

From time to time, WillPowerNM comes across comments and articles that are thought-provoking, insightful, and pertinent and we feel these articles and comments need to be more widely distributed. That’s what this Re-posts section is for: commentary on guardianship written by 3rd parties that we are re-posting here, in the hopes that more people will see them, and learn through education about the perils of guardianship as it is currently conducted in New Mexico, as opposed to learning through the much more expensive, painful, and soul-destroying experience of having a loved-one unwilling being conscripted into guardianship.


    • New Mexico receives $20,000 American Bar Association WINGS grant

      New Mexico receives $20,000 American Bar Association WINGS grant

      New Mexico’s Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) has received $20,000 from the American Bar Association (ABA) for use as part of the ABA’s WINGS (Working Interdisciplinary Networks of Guardianship Stakeholders) state grants for 2017-2018. From the ABA’s website, the public is told New Mexico’s effort, lead by AOC employee/attorney in charge of Guardianship cases,… Continue reading →Read More »
    • Concerned Senior Citizens instruct on NM’s Uniform Probate Code

      Concerned Senior Citizens instruct on NM’s Uniform Probate Code

      Photo above:  If Attorneys in Nevada can be arrested and charged with crimes relating to their practice of elder law, why can’t attorneys in New Mexico be held similarly accountable for their actions they take on behalf of the elderly, the sick, the vulnerable and the poor? THE GUARDIANSHIP LAW The New Mexico Uniform Probate… Continue reading →Read More »
    • Attorney advises Commissioners how to stop elder financial exploitation

      Attorney advises Commissioners how to stop elder financial exploitation

      This post was written by Lou Marjon, Esq. to the New Mexico Guardianship Study Commissioners on April 28, 2017. The above photo is not an image of any known guardianship victim and is used for illustrative purposes only. Dear Judge York, and the Guardianship Commission, In her first article of the guardianship series, Diane Dimond… Continue reading →Read More »