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Estate of Denial news clips (2/7/16 – 2/8/16)

Estate of Denial

Former Enfield State Rep Loses Probate Battle With Sister (CT) Patch.com February 4, 2016 A long legal battle between a former state representative and his sister over their father’s estate ended Thursday with a ruling by a probate court judge. The proceedings between former Rep. Stephen Jarmoc and his sister, Dr. Laura Jarmoc, concluded with Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (2/4/16 – 2/6/16)

13 years later: Dixfield cats waiting for inheritance (ME) River Valley Sun Journal January 31, 2016 When Barbara Thorpe died in 2002, she left the bulk of her $200,000 estate “for the purpose of providing shelter, food and health care for abandoned and unwanted cats in the town of Dixfield.” Over the past 13 years, Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (2/1/16 – 2/3/16)

Disney Fighting For “The Bare Necessities” American University Intellectual Property Brief January 30, 2016 Seeking to recover unpaid royalties, the heirs of Terry Gilkyson, composer of “The Bare Necessities,” revived a dismissed case against the Walt Disney Company, seeking royalties for all physical copies of the composer’s music. The heirs argued that the Los Angeles Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (1/27/16 – 1/31/16)

Woman, 59, sues her husband, 90, of 20 years after he secretly divorced her months after their wedding ‘to protect his assets’ (NY) The Daily Mail January 24, 2016 A woman is suing her husband of 20 years after he secretly divorced her months after they were married to protect his assets, she says. Cristina Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (1/24/16 – 1/26/16)

Lawyer Awarded $350,000 Based On Negative Online Reviews Posted By Former Client (FL) Law Office of Donald D. Vanarelli January 22, 2016 A Florida appeals court upheld a judgment of $350,000 in a lawsuit filed by a lawyer against her former client alleging defamation based on negative reviews of the lawyer posted on the internet Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (1/22/16 – 1/23/16)

Battle over Portsmouth woman’s estate continues (NH) The Union Leader January 21, 2016 PORTSMOUTH — Five months after Probate Court Judge Gary Cassavechia overturned the 2012 will of a wealthy woman who gave a large portion of her $2.7 million estate to Portsmouth police Sgt. Aaron Goodwin, beneficiaries under her 2009 will are still arguing Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (1/17/16 – 1/21/16)

Two medical colleagues duel over Sumner Redstone’s mental fitness Business Insider January 18, 2016 (Reuters) – Doctors Stephen Read and James Spar are collaborators on a chapter of a forthcoming psychiatry textbook, colleagues at UCLA’s medical school and go-to court experts on the evaluation of mental fitness in the elderly. In the 2014 fight over Keep Reading…

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