• NASGA - National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse NASGA - National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse


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Mission Statement

Our mission is to promote the safety and well-being of vulnerable persons subject to injury and damage in their person and property from unlawful and abusive guardianship/conservatorship proceedings; to be a support organization for victims and their families; and to work towards ultimate legislative reform of guardianship as presently practiced (currently working in the best interests of the fiduciaries instead of their wards; i.e. permitting unjust enrichment without adequate controls or oversight). We carry out this mission through research, outreach/education and advocacy - and going forward, by alliance with community interest law reform, civil rights and other advocacy organizations.


NASGA is a 501(c)(3) public benefit civil rights organization formed by victims of unlawful and abusive guardianships and conservatorships and is incorporated in Indiana. Our membership is nationwide; volunteers work out of their homes in any state.



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Would you recommend NASGA - National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse?

by Alexandra N. from GR (August 17, 2014)
It seems that this organization has a great goal
by Terlesa C. (June 5, 2014)
I can relate to some of the articles. I am appealing a court's order for guardian of my father. It is interesting to read other stories where people are experiencing such as guardian.abuse.