Thursday, May 10, 2018

Family denied visitation to father by guardian for asking questions of provider (northern Virginia)



Recently, I relayed a story from Nevada about apparent abuse of the legal process of guardianship.
   
Now WJLA reports a major case from Virginia in its “7 on your Side” series, here. The story was aired at 6 PM tonigjt, Thursday, May 10, 2018.
  
Apparently, a certain family in Fairfax County, VA had turned to the courts for a father (retired military veteran)’s care. 
  
The guardian wrote strict rules of visitation, and insisted that the family not ask any questions of the facility directly.  One of the family members emailed the facility and the visitation rights were suspended.

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