Monthly Archives: July 2012

White House Initiative on Elder Abuse and Financial Exploitation …

Published on Jun 14, 2012 by whitehouse The White House Office of Public Engagement, in collaboration with the Administration for Community Living, the Department of Justice, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, hosts an event highlighting elder abuse and financial … Continue reading

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William M. Windsor of Lawless America…My experience with the Connecticut Probate & Estate Attorneys.

I met with the Movie Maker / Producer, Bill Windsor of LawlessAmerica…My experience with the Connecticut Probate & Estate Attorneys. Stay tuned for more info.   Tuesday, 24 July 2012 00:00William Michael Windsor See: Lawless America Magazine, Radio, TV, Motion Pictures Also … Continue reading

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“I am in the ninth days of fasting in protest about the corrupt probate courts concerning the elderly in Connecticut and across the country to my death. Justice or death.”

 Richard Johnson July 17 2012 ” Today I embarked on a diet of water and a vitamin in protest for what the probate court corruption has done to me and elderly across the nation. I am not, not, a martyr … Continue reading

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Connecticut probate Court: Can Court-Appointed Conservators Be Sued?

The Issue: Can Court-Appointed Conservators Be Sued?       Daniel Gross, 85, was suffering from a leg infection when he visited his daughter in Waterbury, Conn, in 2002 and had to be taken to a local emergency room. After … Continue reading

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Probate: elected officials, officers, employees and agents:Take Notice

Californiais leading the way with Probate Reform. Judges vow limits on conservator fees within weeks. Click to see the video Californiais leading the way with Probate Reform. The reaction comes after “Loss of Trust,” a two-day series in this newspaper, … Continue reading

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NEWS RELEASE — Washington, D.C. – U.S. Sen.-The Guardian Accountability and Senior Protection Act Passes Senate Judiciary Committee Today

NEWS RELEASE — Washington, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s legislation to protect seniors from neglect and abuse by guardians passed the Senate Judiciary Committee today (Thursday, July 12) with a 15-3 vote, paving the way for a vote in … Continue reading

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Estate of Denial: Connecticut Probate progress, room for improvement (CT)

One of the kindest things you could have said about Connecticut’s Probate Court system until very recently is that it was quaint. Until last year you didn’t have to be a lawyer to be a judge on the more than … Continue reading

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Michael Nowacki of New Canaan Connecticut was allegedly sentenced to five years in prison for accidentally sending an email

A New Canaan man was arrested in Hartford by Capitol Police on Thursday after exceeding his three-minute limit while addressing the General Assembly at a Judiciary Committee meeting, according to the Connecticut Post. Michael Nowacki of Lost District Drive was … Continue reading

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Lawless America:Magazine, Radio, TV, Motion Pictures: Bill Windsor is Alive and Well in Hartford, Capital of Connecticut

Bill Windsor is Alive and Well in Hartford, Capital of Connecticut    05 Jul  Written by William Michael Windsor Hi Folks.  I’m safe in Hartford, Connecticut. I will always try to post a quick article upon arrival as I know … Continue reading

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CT Golden Years: Help is Available in Connecticut for Elder Issues But You Have to Look Hard

July 4, 2012 By Ron Winter Unfortunately, elder care issues have been on the back burner for decades as the elderly comprised a relatively small portion of the population. But that is changing drastically with the Baby Boomers now officially … Continue reading

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