James Brown estate hijacking raises public policy questions

With asking if the government should seize private assets, Estate of Denial® friend Sue Summer has a great new article about the troubling public policy questions created with the state of South Carolina having hijacked “Godfather of Soul” James Brown’s estate.

She says:

Since the death of music legend James Brown on Christmas Day of 2006, the legal maneuvering over his estate has involved over 75 attorneys in four courts—and still, not one student has received the first dime in scholarships, as Brown’s estate plan clearly intended.

See Take-over of James Brown Estate Raises Public Policy Questions to learn more.

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