The situation for elderly individuals in Pennsylvania in the Orphan's court has reached critical mass. As more victim's of this corrupt system come forward, the state's concern is not the victims, but rather, finding more predators to handle the cases they have decided would be profitable. While claiming that the problems are a result of too few guardians, no one mentions the fact that the real problem is that most of these people simply need some minor help and do not need guardianship at all.
One elderly individual is worth a fortune in this system. The guardians, attorney's, judges, medical providers, nursing homes, social services agencies are all using the victim as an cash ATM. With little to no accounting, no back ground checks, no monitoring of the guardian and attorney's activity's, the financial exploitation and physical and psychological abuse of the victim proceeds unimpeded.
This is a bird's eye view of the capturing of an elderly individual and how that individual is monetized, bought, sold, traded and exploited by the very people and system that supposedly exists to help and protect them.