NEW YORK STATE ARTICLE 81
Court-Approved Convicted Embezzler Handling Disabled Child’s Funds
Catherine Wilson, Bureau Chief
February 12, 2009
The Westchester Guardian (NY)
Most parents feel that the worst thing that could happen to them would be for their child to die before them. But for a sole-surviving single parent of a disabled child, the greatest fear is that something that may happen to themselves, leaving their child uncared for and unprotected. If such a parent dies leaving no other family to care for the child, it is the duty of the state to step in and protect those who cannot protect themselves and who have no one to offer them protection.
But, what if the individuals assigned to protect your child, the lawyers and the courts, are the ones who are victimizing them?
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§ 81.20 Duties of guardian
2. a guardian shall exercise the utmost care and diligence when acting on behalf
of the incapacitated person;
3. a guardian shall exhibit the utmost degree of trust, loyalty and fidelity in
relation to the incapacitated person;
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