Remedies for court injustice

To help victims identify what types of relief from an abusive guardianship might be available to them, as well as to call attention for the New Mexico judiciary and the Supreme Court’s Adult Guardianship Commissioners to understand the need for consequencesreal consequences – for those who violate procedural rules, binding contracts, and judicial and attorney conduct rules, and state statutes with apparent impunity.

WillPowerNM is calling for that immediate consequences in cases of abuse ought to be that the responsible District Courts or a higher court uses its equity powers as well as powers of Rule and Statute to reverse the property transactions in cases where property has been improperly disposed of, outside of the written legal contracts of a Ward, a Grantor, a Settlor, or other competent person executing valid end-of-life contracts.

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    • Guardianship Study Commission Message #8

      Guardianship Study Commission Message #8

      Dear Chief Justice Nakamura, Guardianship Study Commission Members, Attorney General Hector Balderas, News Media Professionals, and others: Congratulations are due to Judith Nakamura on her election by her fellow justices to be the Chief Justice of the New Mexico Supreme Court. Chief Justice Nakamura was said by the Albuquerque Journal as being, “committed to cultivating… Continue reading →Read More »
    • Guardianship Study Commission Message #6

      Guardianship Study Commission Message #6

      Guardianship Study Commission Members, News Media Professionals, Others: May 29, 2017 marked the day New Mexico’s Administrative Office of the Courts decided to have the District Courts of New Mexico obey Rules and Statutes that had been on the books beginning in 1958, and have the courts make known to the public the: Names of… Continue reading →Read More »
    • Guardianship Study Commission Message #4

      Guardianship Study Commission Message #4

      Guardianship Study Commission Members, News Media Professionals, Others: Summary of the Proposed Remedies (see below for explanation) Since the State of New Mexico ended up with (i.e. currently owns) the Darnell family property, the equitable REMEDY is obvious: the State of New Mexico should be ordered to return the Darnell property to the three members… Continue reading →Read More »