EoD back on track

We’re getting back on track here at EstateofDenial.com.  A few new articles are posted.  Technical issues are getting worked out.  And notice the great new icons for forwarding EoD posts to your favorite social media sites!

Thomas Sowell makes being brilliant look so easy.  Don’t miss Sowell’s column on political judges and how “growing numbers of Americans are fed up with ‘public servants’ who act as if they are public masters.”

Maryland and Texas both generated stories today about (alleged) dishonest attorneys accused of cheating their clients.  While Daryl Bornstein, the Tennessee man suspected of looting an estate designated for a children’s home, faces additional charges in an $18 million Ponzi scheme, neighboring Kentucky is considering legislation to prevent anyone who exploits a vulnerable or elderly person from later benefiting upon the person’s death.

And a New York woman accused of fleecing two elderly men has again demonstrated her credibility and stability through a recent courtroom tantrum.  The increasing flake-factor in today’s world is undoubtedly a big contributing factor to estate abuse and other financial exploitation.  And these people cost hard-working responsible people even more additional time and money.  Whether hacking one’s web site, hampering an inconsequential task like making a hair appointment or being the catalyst of an Involuntary Redistribution of Assets (IRA) action, flakes are making their mark on the world.

Today’s report from the Land of the Gimme-Gimmes and the Home of the I-Want-Mores.  Stay tuned – more to come!