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How To Remove A Crooked Conservator Part II

It’s like one step forward, two steps back. I thought I had a tiny victory when I temporarily removed my Mother’s crooked conservator only the find it is soooo not over.

Last week the probate court appointed PVP attorney arranged a met and greet with the new conservator and the lawyer on the other side caught wind of the meeting and blew through the front door of my Mom’s house like a madman. He was abrasive, assaultive, more or less a flat out beast. He ripped into my sister and the PVP, saying all these lies, and my Mom just sat there confused. He said things like we were going to throw her into a nursing home, we were going to take away her yacht club membership, and more or less ruin her life. It was ridiculous. Thank God I wasn’t there cause the first time I met him in court, I tried to approach my Mom and he shoved me aside to the point where I almost fell over. He barred me from even saying hello to my own Mother. So, when I thought about being a part of the meeting I decided maybe it would be too overwhelming for my Mom. I mean, we haven’t spoken in almost a year and I didn’t want to confuse her.  I know myself. If I were to be there for this outrageous meeting, I would have picked up the lawyer and toss him out the door no problem. I’d probably be in jail right now with a restraining order or something so I am glad I listened to my gut and stayed home.

After the two hour s**t show, my sister handed my Mom a piece of paper with my number on it and told her to call me.  I wasn’t expecting a call but later that night my phone rang and the caller ID was blocked so I didn’t pick up.  Here is the message that was left on my voicemail:

“She’s not picking up, call her back.” (Mom)

“She doesn’t want to speak to you.” (Caregiver)

Now is THAT elderly abuse or what?! This team of crooked caregivers, lawyers, and conservator have brainwashed my Mom.  They have changed her number multiple times making it impossible to reach her.  They have isolated her from her family, and are doing everything in their power to bring me down. I spent over a YEAR fighting for his removal, and now I have a team of jerks trying to undo all the work I’ve done to remove him. It’s not fair. It’s just criminal.

So yesterday the PVP spoke with one of his attorneys and they want to arrange a “mediation.” Mediation over what?! There is nothing to mediate. You lost and have one foot out the door, so just back off and resign. Or not. Since I believe I am dealing with a sociopath, and a team of mean greedy crooks, I don’t think he’ll just walk away, and it’s scary. But, I’m not going to back down so bring it on.  I am not afraid, I am out for justice and, after encountering multiple families throughout Los Angeles County that have suffered at the mercy of his antics, I refuse to lose, I refuse to quit, I refuse to let what has become a raging nightmare, not end in my favor.

Oh, and he is under criminal investigation so, I pray that entity can bring justice to all this, and stop what has become severe financial, mental, psychological and emotional abuse of my Mother.

So, when it comes to knowing how to remove a crooked conservator, I’ve come to realize I have nothing to lose other than the truth. And that I am not willing to let go.

You’ve messed with the wrong Loberg dude. Enough is enough!

How To Remove A Crooked Conservator Part II

Erica Loberg

Erica Loberg was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. She attended Columbia University in New York and graduated with a BA in English. She is a published poet and author of Inside the Insane, Screaming at the Void, What Men Should Know About Women, What Women Should Know About Men, Diamonds From The Rough and Undressed.


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Loberg, E. (2018). How To Remove A Crooked Conservator Part II. Psych Central. Retrieved on December 12, 2018, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/manic-depression/2018/10/03/how-to-remove-a-crooked-conservator-part-ii/

 

Last updated: 4 Oct 2018
Last reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 4 Oct 2018
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