NASGA is made up of dedicated individuals who have
experienced the horrors of guardianship or conservatorship.
Working toward ultimate legislative reform of
unlawful guardianships/conservatorships resulting in loss of liberty,
property, and even life, we engage in outreach, education and advocacy
to assure the human rights and civil liberties of our vulnerable
elderly/disabled are protected and that they are not abused and
exploited by their court-appointed "protectors."
Originally created for the noble purpose of "guarding" the
alleged incompetent person (AIP) and "conserving" the assets,
guardianship/conservatorship has become a feeding trough for
professional predators engaged in self-enrichment.
Our members exchange information, ideas, experiences, and practical advice; they
support each other through very trying times. They cannot and do not "represent" each other in
court, but they can be there with others, in support and making their presence known.
They are free to share their own personal legal experiences and
understanding gained from them together with any information generally
available to the public, including statutes, case decisions, white
papers, etc. regarding issues of interest.
The most important thing our members can do is work with us to reform
guardianship and conservatorship law! It's not as complicated as you think, but it takes a lot of "people power."
For representation in court, you must consult an attorney, Legal Aid or Legal