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Senator Noreen Evans and Senator Jim Beall

WE DEMAND that California Senator Noreen Evans @ Senator.Evans@senate.ca.gov, and Senator Jim Beall @ Senator.Beall@senate.ca.gov, stop the financial "Feeding Frenzy" directed at the disabled, frail, and elderly in California, by court appointed Fiduciaries, Guardians, Conservators, Trustees, and their attorneys.

In 2006 the State of California enacted the Fiduciaries Act, which was meant to protect consumers from financial fraud, and abuse, by California Fiduciaries. A Fiduciaries Licensing Bureau was created, and Fiduciaries, Guardians, Conservators, and Trustees have to register, take classes, and become licensed by the Fiduciaries Licensing Bureau, a Division of the Calif. Dept. of Consumer Affairs. However, since 2006, Fiduciaries, Guardians, Conservators, Trustees, and their attorneys have been conducting a "Feeding Frenzy" with regards to fees charged to their disabled, frail, and/or elderly client's speical needs trusts, estates, assets, etc.  

Therefore, so to to protect the consumer from further financial abuse by California Private Fiduciaries, Guardians, Conservators, Trustees, and their attorneys, we DEMAND that State Senators Noreen Evans and Jim Beall submit legislation placing a CAP on all licensed fiduciary fees in the State of California. 

Signed,

Fiduciary Watch

This petition closed over 1 year ago

How this will help

According the the Calif. 6th Cir. Court of Appeals, private fiduciaries in California are conducting a "feeding frenzy" upon the assests of the disabled, frail, and elderly in California.  We urge...

According the the Calif. 6th Cir. Court of Appeals, private fiduciaries in California are conducting a "feeding frenzy" upon the assests of the disabled, frail, and elderly in California.  We urge people to sign this peition so to help convince Senators Evans and Beall to write legislation CAPPING FIDUCIARY FEES IN CALIFORNIA so to prevent any further financial abuse of the disabled, frail, and elderly in California by court appointed fiduciaries, guardians, conservators, trustees, and their attorneys.

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