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!