Saturday, January 1, 2011


Happy New Year?

In 1946,3,411,000 babies were born,following the end of World War II.

Here are some of the birth statistics for the next few years:

1947 3,817,000
1948 3,637,000
1949 3,649,000
1950 3,632,000

The numbers increased, going into the '50s.

Every year, starting in 2011, another 3 million or more individuals will become 65 years old.

What's in store for them?

NASGA knows -
Loss of life, liberty, property, and happiness -
if the "fiduciary" tag teams playing in the guardianship and conservatorship courts get ahold of them!

Don't let that happen. Learn your rights and make them play by the rules.

Join and Support NASGA


Connie said...

Thank you, NASGA, for being there for all of us.

Wondering said...

Without the emotional support I receive from other victims, I'd be lost.

Anonymous said...

Together we will turn the tide!

Steve said...

2011 is going to be our best year yet!

Jane Branson said...

Thank You NASGA for your wonderful efforts protecting our most vulnerable !

The only way Abraham Lincoln could become a great emancipator and the preserver of the Union was to be willing to fight a Civil War. Not only did he have to fight it, but he had to be determined not to compromise until the victory was complete.

All for One, and One for All.

Anonymous said...

2011 is the year for NASGA!

The protection racket is drooling over these numbers, they can't wait to get their hands on our money before the rightful heirs receive their inheritance in fact the greedy probate players are so anxious they are targeting the younger generation, feed for team probate has already begun - check it out in Davidson County TN, Danny Tate (he is free now but his wealth is depleted and the temporary conservator for 3 years still has control of any income from royalties), Robert Thurman, Ginger Franklin and so many others from the younger generation.

Marianne said...

I am not happy to be a NASGA member because it means I'm in guardianship hell, but I have met many good people in spite of this terrible thing called guardianship and I am very glad to have found NASGA and other victims.

Anonymous said...

NASGA is a great group. We're all victims, either as pawns in the scheme or as taxpayers.