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Why does equity abuse exist?

To help determine why these “guardianship/equity-­abuse” symptoms are happening, the Committee will review and document for the Commission and the general public key causes of the problem that have been reported and/or experienced.


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    • Guardianship Study Commission Message #9

      Guardianship Study Commission Message #9

      Photo above: Omar Ramirez, who has traumatic brain injury, stands alongside his mother, Juanita. In April, Juanita was informed that her son’s million-dollar settlement from a car accident case had disappeared from a nonprofit trust company’s accounts. (photo credit: Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)   Dear Guardianship Study Commission Members, Attorney General Hector Balderas, News Media… Continue reading →Read More »
    • Guardianship Study Commission Message #5

      Guardianship Study Commission Message #5

      New Mexico’s elderly ‘desaparecidos’ are reminiscent of Argentina’s ‘niños desaparecidos’ (Photo above): Just like the Mothers & Grandmother’s of Argentina’s ‘desaparecidos,’ New Mexicans whose elderly relatives are effectively ‘disappeared’ by the courts are increasingly speaking out, against judges’ gag orders. As in Argentina, ‘But I couldn’t keep quiet. We needed everyone to know, even if… Continue reading →Read More »
    • Guardianship Study Commission Message #3

      Guardianship Study Commission Message #3

      Guardianship Study Commission Members, News Media Professionals, Others: Created in response to public outcry resulting from a series of recent Albuquerque Journal articles authored by Diane Dimond on guardianship abuse, the New Mexico Adult Guardianship Study Commission must now assimilate the public rebuttal appearing in another Journal article this past weekend by Darryl Millet, the… Continue reading →Read More »