Latest Posts

EoD winter hiatus underway

Estate of Denial

Today marks the start of a winter hiatus here at Estate of Denial®. Aside from a few columns for which inspiration may strike, we’ll resume regular posting of articles mid-January. We hope everyone has a safe and joyous holiday season. See you in the new year!

Share

Law Society withdraws guidance on sharia wills (UK)

The Law Society has withdrawn guidance on how to prepare sharia-compliant wills following criticism from solicitors and the justice secretary, Chris Grayling. Recorded debates about the procedures have also been removed from the society’s website. The U-turn was announced by the organisation’s president, Andrew Caplen, who said: “Our practice note was intended to support members Keep Reading…

Share

‘Vanished’ millionaire Guma Aguiar’s estate divided among heirs (FL)

The estate of Guma Aguiar, the Jewish philanthropist who disappeared off Fort Lauderdale in June, 2012, has been divided among his heirs by a Florida court, reports Yediot Aharonot. The court approved a compromise agreed upon by Aguiar’s wife, Jamie, and his mother, Ellen, along with his sisters Adriana and Angelika. The sides had been Keep Reading…

Share

Probate judge says her salary was illegally reduced (TX)

A Galveston County judge is suing over claims her salary was unlawfully reduced. Kimberly Sullivan, a judge in Probate Court of Galveston County, filed a lawsuit Oct. 17 in Galveston County District Court against the Galveston County Commissioners Court. According to the complaint, on Sept. 9, the Commissioners Court, which includes County Judge Mark Henry Keep Reading…

Share

Court appointed guardianship abuses run rampant in American courts (TX)

Following multiple RebelPundit reports on guardianship abuse, our latest investigation reveals this problem is widespread across the country and there is top to bottom corruption in court appointed guardianship in Harris County, Texas. After speaking to victims, lawyers, and activists, the investigation reveals that the probate court in Harris County works much like a good ole Keep Reading…

Share

Former Saginaw County worker gets 18 months probation for theft of Probate Court money (MI)

SAGINAW, MI — A former Saginaw County maintenance worker will serve 18 months probation and must repay money she stole from the county’s Probate Court office. Saginaw County Circuit Judge Darnell Jackson on Nov. 13 sentenced Sandra L. Burger for larceny from a building. Burger in October pleaded guilty as charged to the larceny count, Keep Reading…

Share

Aspen attorney eyes $3 million settlement in Cargill case (CO)

An Aspen attorney stands to collect $3 million as part of a settlement agreement in a contentious lawsuit regarding the Cargill agribusiness fortune. That’s according to motions filed in the U.S. District Court in Denver, where lawyer David Bovino is suing Old Snowmass homeowner Patricia MacMillan and her daughter-in-law Christina MacMillan. Bovino’s lawsuit says the Keep Reading…

Share