THE GUARDIANSHIP PROCESS -
5 STAGES

Our secretary Christine Dalas is a qualified accountant of CPA status (Certified Practicing Accountant) and has a valid current Working with Children Check and a current Police Clearance Certificate. 
https://aasgaa.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/04/National-Police-Check-C-Dalas-24-Nov-23.pdf
AASGAA has never been involved with organising anti-lockdown rallies. 

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ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

WHO IS AASGAA?

AASGAA is an incorporated Australian not-for-profit organisation, that provides free online information on guardianship and administration matters in Australia.

Guardianship and administration, also referred to as trustees, exist in all states and territories in Australia.

Australian Capital Territory (ACT), New South Wales (NSW), Northern Territory (NT), Queensland (Qld), South Australia (SA), Tasmania (Tas), Victoria (Vic), and Western Australia (WA). All the States and Territories have public guardianship and public trustee regimes.

We highlight and inform Australians about how the system can easily victimise and abuse vulnerable people under guardianship and administration.

When state tribunals (who are NOT a court, and do NOT have to adhere to rules of evidence) get involved, what happens?

Who can take over your decision making rights?

Who often competes with carers and loved ones?

State public guardians and public trustees, who are paid, strangers often step in and take over the decision-making rights of the vulnerable. Some of the groups/professionals, but not limited to, that can intervene are;

  • State public trustees, who are paid, strangers.
  • State advocates, who are paid, strangers.
  • NDIS providers, paid. (Often claim pseudo guardian when public guardian/trustee claims authority over a person).
  • Aged care facilities, paid. (Often claim pseudo guardian when public guardian/trustee claims authority over a person).
  • Child fostering.
  • Medical staff claim authority, not given.
  • Legal staff claim authority, not given.

We are a support group. We share stories and offer support and information on ways to navigate the unsuspecting pitfalls of public guardianship and public administration (trustees).

We are not against guardianship and administration (trustee). In many cases, limited orders are needed to protect vulnerable people from violence, abuse, exploitation, and neglect of our vulnerable. Who becomes the guardian/administrator in these cases is what is often challenged in tribunals and courts.

We share information and knowledge with well-known American groups such as NASGA (National Association to Stop Guardianship Abuse), and spokespersons on behalf of the late Marti Oakley.

Our core members undergo police clearance checks before advocating or supporting vulnerable people on behalf of AASGAA. In other parts of the world, guardianship and administration are referred to differently (i.e., conservatorship in the USA) but the core system and exploitative practices are the same.

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