Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Maydelle is free at last!

NASGA has received some very good news from one of our members and daughter of conservatorship victim Maydelle Trambarulo, "Maydelle is FREE AT LAST!!!!"

The Trambarulo family story was published in the New Haven Advocate after Maydelle Trambarulo's expected 30 to 60 days stay in Connecticut lasted over three years: Losing Control: Bringing Maydelle Home

According to an update also published in the New Haven Advocate, even after a Superior Court judge ruled that Maydelle, the New Jersey woman stuck in an East Haven nursing home and a protracted custody battle, could return to her family, Maydelle's conservator had asked the judge for a stay of Maydelle's release from his custody: "Losing Control" Update: Maydelle Cleared to go Home

The Harford Courant had reported, "The latest outrage-of-the-month comes from the Woodbridge probate district, where a judge last year denied a request by the children and husband of an elderly New Jersey woman, Maydelle Trambarulo, that she be allowed to leave a Connecticut nursing facility and return home": Probate Court: Offering Unequal Protection Under the Law

Anne Trambarulo Haines testimony of her mother Maydelle was included in the 2006 Federal Options to Improve America’s Ailing Guardianship System: A White Paper for the Senate Special Committee on Aging

NASGA is thrilled to hear the good news of Maydelle now reunited with her family!

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