Monday, September 17, 2012

"Another Victim of Franchina and Giordano, PC"

It seems that my Mom, Dorothy Wilson, was not the only one kidnapped by Mary Giordano, of the law firm of Franchina and Giordano in Garden City, NY!! AND Judge Joel Asarch was the judge in this case as well, along with Anne Recht as the geriatric “care” manager! How many other victims are out there?

This is what I was told by Kevin, Richard Maas’s grandson:

Kevin told me that he was living with his grandfather in his grandfather’s house, but once Mary Giordano took over as guardian, he was forced to move out. He told me his grandfather made sure that he would always have enough money to live in his own home for the rest of his life and NOT in a nursing home. Once Mary and Anne got involved, an aide was placed in there 24/7. One day, Kevin called his grandfather and the aide answered the phone. He told the aide he was coming over to visit his grandfather and received SHOCKING NEWS. She told him that Mary Giordano was at the house moving his grandfather into a nursing home!! Mary Giordano NEVER notified any family member that she was doing this.

Full Article and Source:
Judicial Destruction of Dorothy Wilson: Breaking News: Another Victim of Franchina and Giordano, PC

See Also:

Save Dorothy Wilson, Legally Kidnapped

NASGA: Dorothy Wilson, New York Victim


Anonymous said...

I'm sorry there is another victim, but I'm glad this victim has come out!

StandUp said...

If Mary Giordano did it to your Mom, Diane, she did it to others.

Exposing her is the only way to stop her!

Norma said...

Praying for your success, Diane. And I love that picture of your Mom!

Diane said...

Thank you Norma! She was a beautiful lady. She did not deserve what happened to her and neither did Richard Maas. Kevin has told me many other shocking details of his grandfather's guardianship under Mary Giordano, the attorney/guardiano with Franchina and Giordano in Garden City, NY. What he and his grandfather went through is horrible. And yes, there are other victims of Mary Giordano, Anne Recht and Judge Asarch. Their stories will be told soon as well. Some people will just do anything for money. I cannot understand how they all live with themselves.

Member said...

Thank you for becoming an advocate, Diane, and for being a part of NASGA.

honeybear said...

The loss of Dorothy Wilson was so unnecessary and so tragic. I know how it feels to have wrongfully lost someone and it's something we'll never recover from. Now the job at hand is to help others and keep them from falling into the trap which held Dorothy prisoner.