Longtime Arizona attorney Grant Goodman has made serious allegations over the last year against attorneys and guardians in Maricopa County Probate Court.
“Assets are being raped and pillaged every day,” said Goodman.
Accusations like that may have landed him in trouble.
“The conduct that’s going on in probate is in effect, unconstitutional," he said.
The State Bar of Arizona has now temporarily suspended Goodman's license to practice law.
The bar claims his conduct "will result in substantial harm, loss or damage to the public, the legal profession or the administration of justice."
“I haven't had a client so far that has complained,” said Goodman.
The suspension comes after Goodman filed lawsuits on behalf of incapacitated adults. They were adults Maricopa County Probate Court ruled couldn't handle their money or medical care.
The ABC15 Investigators reported on those lawsuits in a series of stories last year, uncovering flaws in the Maricopa County Probate System.
Families accused the court of allowing their loved ones to be isolated and heavily medicated while their assets were liquidated.
In an interview with ABC15 more than a year ago, Goodman described the county's probate process as criminal.
“These people are more organized than the mob. Plus, they have a court rubberstamp the proceeding.”
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