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Fiduciary Appointments

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Fairly new information for Vets about the woes of the fiduciary system which I believe they are using to boost the economy (theirs).

Jim Strickland writes about current cases in court and real experiences of Vets being declared incompetent. At the end of the column (very long) he lists a series of steps to take if this happens to you. I have this info on my office wall because we (husband & I) and just beginning this particular fight.

Check it out at VAWatchdog.org

We never knew this was so common until it happened to us.

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Yes. I am going to remember to thank my doc for writing in my C and P exam, "Veteran is competent to handle his own finances"

Its on the vawatchdogtoday.org website. VAwatchdog is Larry Scotts..the Old Watchdog..also very good for

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