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EstateofDenial.com catching up

Check out the latest Examiner.com column on Medicaid abuse.  It’s not our usual estate fare, but it’s perpetrated by “professionals” who well understand Involuntary Redistribution of Assets issues. The Astor jury is struggling so we’ll keep watch on that situation. Past that, we’re trying to get squared away after the big weekend in Washington D.C. Keep Reading…

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Medicaid abuse – looting of a different type

Medicaid case shows systemic abuse, who’s cheating who Lou Ann Anderson October 6, 2009 www.EstateofDenial.com When a cheater cheats soon-to-be cheaters out of services designed to perpetrate cheating, is anyone involved a sympathetic figure?  A group of California seniors think so as they claim victim status at the hands of James A. Walker, an attorney Keep Reading…

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Astor jury appears to be struggling

‘Hang in there,’ Astor jury told by judge Mark Lebetkin/Melissa Grace October 6, 2009 New York Daily News http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/2009/10/06/2009-10-06_just_hang_in_there_astor_jury_is_urged.html The judge in the Brooke Astor fraud trial told jurors to “hang in there” Monday, after the panel seemed deadlocked on at least some of the charges. “You must be as respectful of one another as Keep Reading…

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Stealing from the dead

Doctor accused in theft of Rolex appears in court Scott Smith September 29, 2009 The Record (CA) http://www.recordnet.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090929/A_NEWS/909290314/-1/rss02#STS=g0gq3gcj.8n7 STOCKTON – An emergency room doctor could lose his license and spend time in state prison if prosecutors prove he stole a man’s beloved Rolex watch off his wrist after a fatal heart attack. Cleveland Enmon, 32, Keep Reading…

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