Stop Social Services Taking Baby Turner - Kent Freedom Movement. John Hemming's Web Log. Costs awarded against volunteer advisorsThis story in the Sunday Telegraph is a very important issue. Basically for voluntarily assisting someone to challenge the state some advisors have been hit with a costs bill. It has been done on a sneaky way which allowed them to challenge the award of costs, but only at the risk of paying more costs if they lose.
In fact I believe this is against the practise direction in respect of costs which requires someone to be given notice and allowed to challenge it at the hearing where the decision is made. I had a similar thing happen to me when I tried to find out what had happened to Matthew Hawkesworth. I do now have the french copy of a court order which confirms that the french (as well as the Italian) judiciary see the actions in the UK as being unlawful. It is important to note that volunteer legal advisors have won cases taken to appeal in the family, civil and criminal courts. It is right to have investigations. Is it the mother? SUICIDE or Murder? When victimisation becomes too much… Rense & Marti Oakley Guardianship Theft, Looting And Murder. Jeff Rense & Preston James - EMF Mind Assassins. Shadow Justice: Secret UK courts break up families.
Court of Protection-Public Guardianship Corruption. OPG - Public Guardian & me the carer. Brian Gerrish - Child Stealing by the State ( 1 hour Talk ) Make a Lasting Power of Attorney - Beneficent Law CIC. Beneficent Law Lasting Power of Attorney Questionnaire. FAQs for court of protection - Court of Protection - Trusts and Estates. For a breakdown of the costs of a professional deputy please click here Once the application has been sent to the Court it usually takes 2 or 3 months for someone to be appointed as Deputy. There can be delays prior to sending the application to Court as the medical evidence can sometimes take a long time to get hold of depending on the medical practitioner involved.
The medical practitioner sometimes charges a fee for completing the medical evidence. Some practitioners do not charge for their services. It is entirely down to luck whether a fee is charged or not. When the practitioner does charge, their fee can range from £50 to £300. The Court charges an application fee of £400. The Court then charge an annual supervision fee which ranges from £0 to £800. The Deputy has to also take out a ‘security bond’ to cover their actions as Deputy and this too is payable annually. Finally, a solicitor will also charge a fee for making the application to appoint the Deputy. F.A.C.T Families Against Court of Protection Theft. richmedia.lse.ac.uk/publiclecturesandevents/20131212_1830_conversationJusticePeterJackson.mp4.
Justice (factukorguk) Read these stories of how the secret courts imprison the elderly in care homes against their will - and weep. By Christopher Booker Published: 01:10 GMT, 14 March 2014 | Updated: 01:21 GMT, 14 March 2014 Seldom does a parliamentary inquiry manage to uncover a national scandal on the terrifying scale of the one blazoned across yesterday’s Daily Mail front page under the headline ‘Prisoners of Care Homes’. Astonishingly, this report by a House of Lords committee on the workings of the Blair government’s 2005 Mental Capacity Act found that ‘thousands, if not tens of thousands’ of old people have been forcibly incarcerated in care homes or hospitals against their wishes and are being ‘de facto detained unlawfully’.
At the heart of the scandal is the ultra-secretive Court of Protection, set up under the Act, which rules every year that thousands of people are deemed to ‘lack mental capacity’ — so that control of their lives and property can be handed over to social workers and other state officials. Here are three such cases concerning families who have contacted me in anguish. Beware the Guardianship Mafia! California State Psychology Board Launches Psychiatric Probe of Activist Psychologist. Janet C. PhelanActivist Post The California State Psychology Board has launched an action against a Northern California psychologist and advocate for the disabled, and has ordered the practitioner into a psychiatric evaluation or face revocation of his license. In an unprecedented deviation from the Board's mandate to investigate consumer complaints, the Board has involved itself in what appears to be an employer/employee dispute.
Psychology Board employee Gina Bayless refused to go on the record as to why the Board has taken such an unusual stance in the matter of Dr. Robert Fettgather. This reporter has obtained the names of the four former employees of Dr. Dr. According to Fettgather, David was prompted by Herman Kothe, a caseworker at Alta Regional Center, to “scribble on the signature line (he cannot provide informed consent) and signed his life away into care home exile.”
His father refers to the warehousing of his son as “incarceration.” Dr. A couple of days after this, Dr. Voluntary Public Interest Advocacy | An Association of McKenzie Friends assisting Litigants in Person. The Abuse of Grandma B – a sad story told by Peter Hofschröer | grandmabarbara. Grandma B is now 82 years old. She is wheelchair-bound and very frail. The past three years of her life have been horrendous. She lost her husband of 60 years, but that was the easy part. She has also been the victim of sustained and systematic abuse in which she has been defrauded of her house, subjected to threats and harassment because she will not hand over her life savings to her abusers, then unlawfully evicted from her house and stranded abroad, with her abusers trying, fortunately unsuccessfully, to fraudulently sell her house. You may well ask who would do such an awful thing to a little, old lady in a wheelchair.
Sadly, most abuse takes place within the family and this is very much the case here. Grandma B’s younger son was working abroad when he noticed something was very wrong. A year before this, Grandma B and her husband had signed over their house to the older son and his family on the understanding they would care for them. It did not quite work out like that. Like this:
Justice vanishes: the erosion of the rule of law. June 26, 2014 — Comment Written by Frances Webber The ability to secure justice has been irrevocably damaged by the combination of secret trials, trials involving secret evidence, and the continuing legal aid cuts – affecting the rule of law itself. The ‘Trojan Horse’ affair has given us a definition of ‘British values’ – in a document for school governors issued by the Department for Education, and in an article by David Cameron in the Mail on Sunday on 15 June marking the 799th anniversary of Magna Carta. Democracy, respect for the rule of law and individual liberty, and respect for others’ beliefs are, we are told, at their heart. Secret trial So did the PM feel a twinge of alarm at the decision by Old Bailey judge Mr Justice Nicol on 19 May to hold an entire criminal trial in secret – with anonymous defendants, no press or public allowed to attend and even the trial’s existence not to be reported?
Secret evidence The ‘usual suspects’ Unequal access to the courts Contempt. CHECK YOUR ‘mental capacity': if your Judge is not on the list, his orders are void! Len Lawrence is a retired British Aerospace pilot who suffers from the poisoning of inhaling the fumes of aeroplanes. Their organophosphates were also responsible for killing thousands of farmers who were forced to dip their sheep – such as George Wescott who has miraculously survived so far. Unfortunately, victimisation does NOT encourage official institutions to HELP and SUPPORT, let alone COMPENSATE, as suggested by our Government as Compensator of Last Resort. No. The ‘culture’ of the ‘people processing industry‘ is one of dishonest money in => innocent victims out;deny and lie;commit crimes to cover up crimes;if all else fails: get promoted or retire to avoid individual responsibility or embarrassment.
In the Judiciary, this means:- For family courts sanction the snatching of children by Social Services. However, Pope Francis has published a decree regarding “public officials”… In the UK, maybe HM The Queen will ensure that judges don’t behave ‘off-limits’? 1. 2. The Honourable Mr. OFFICIAL SOLICITOR at Court of Protection uses false documents to steal assets. Len Lawrence is a retired air pilot who made this video to bring to the attention of the President of the Family Courts and the Court of Protection what is occurring ‘under his radar': Many people are ‘certified’, i.e. declared not to have ‘mental capacity’, without medical assessments, under the jurisdiction of the Official Solicitor, Alastair Pitbardo and his Deputy, May Maughan;Certificates of Incapacity bear no serial number.
They cannot be tracked.This is of great concern as Frances Gibb wrote on 4 April 2013 in The Times Life or death: man who helps courts decide, i.e. how the Official Solicitor acts as ‘litigation friend’ for the vulnerable in the Court of Protection.Len is particularly concerned for the number of parents who are declared not to have capacity so that the Official Solicitor can decide that their children can be adopted away from them:without informing the Court of Protection and making medical and financial decisions as in Len’s case. Why? Like this: Like Loading... Who is the Court of Protection really protecting? Posted by Ellee on Oct 25, 2009 in Alzheimer's, News | 41 comments They say you judge a nation by the way it looks after its elderly and vulnerable population. So who can defend this very disturbing report in today’s Mail on Sunday which claims that the Court of Protection is seizing the assets of thousands of elderly and mentally impaired people and turning control of their lives over to the State – against the wishes of their relatives.
The Court of Protection was set up two years ago to act in the interests of people suffering from Alzheimer’s or other mental incapacity. It takes over control of people’s finances, which means appointed “deputies” must get authorisation to pay expenses such as rent and household bills on their behalf. It is intended to represent those who have not made a lasting power of attorney at a time when they had full mental capacity, appointing someone to help them if they should become unable to handle their own financial affairs. And: Another writes: ‘ That 'sinister court’ mocks justice again. “It is hard to imagine a more depressing and inexcusable state of affairs,” he said, than “to remove a defenceless old man” from the home where he had spent most of his life, to detain him in a “locked dementia unit against his wishes”.
Only because of the eloquent intervention of a friend was the scandalous treatment of this 91-year-old drawn to the court’s attention. This led Judge Mort to order that the man must immediately be released to go home, where he could be properly looked after; and that Essex must pay all his care and legal costs, plus hefty damages. The other case I have long been following with dismay, but without being allowed to write about it. This concerned an 80-year-old who, after a complaint from a man who lived close by that he was being “neglected”, was in 2010 taken by Essex social workers to a care home, not only against his wishes but also initially without court permission.