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Congratulations to Fort Worth Weekly’s Jeff Prince!

Congratulations to Fort Worth Weekly’s Jeff Prince on being named a recipient of this year’s Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas’ Texas Gavel Award which honors “journalistic excellence in legal reporting.” From Fort Worth Weekly: Bang That Gavel Multi-talented Weekleteer Jeff Prince added another piece of hardware to his collection recently: a gavel, courtesy of the State Bar of Texas. Well, he doesn’t have the actual i…

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Abusive guardianships and their liberty-looting, property-poaching nature (TX)

…and Pat Ferchill, have presided over a series of questionable guardianship cases which have involved an identifiable group of court-associated employees, social workers, attorneys and bankers. Fort Worth Weekly reporter Jeff Prince has covered some of these cases. In a September 2013 article entitled Grabbing the Purse he described Luck as a “neat and still-elegant woman has always kept a close watch on her finances, and she believed she’d have…

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Thanksgiving brings special appreciation for those exposing probate abuse

…; sometimes prompts a bit more honesty in coverage. That said, some media outlets have boldly reported on the ugly realities of such actions and one standout on that front here in Texas has been Fort Worth Weekly’s Jeff Prince. Click here for some of Prince’s great work. And to once again reiterate the lurking dangers posed by probate courts and those presiding over them, Fort Worth Weekly gave a special nod to the Tarrant County prob…

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‘Parental alienation’ provides Texas courts another legal abuse opening

Jeff Prince of the Fort Worth Weekly has written several stories on Tarrant County (TX) guardianship abuse.  In an example akin to the quiet, but devastating impact that probate actions are having on many families and their rights here in Texas (and elsewhere), The Power of Alienation exposes how Texas courts are using a concept called “parental alienation” as the basis for sometimes seemingly egregious assaults on parental rights. …

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Luck for Dorothy (TX)

…media. Who wants your life to be an open book for everybody? I just want to have my daughter back.” Attribution: Luck for Dorothy A determined woman wrests control of her life back from court “protection.” March 19, 2014 Jeff Prince Fort Worth Weekly http://www.fwweekly.com/2014/03/19/luck-for-dorothy/…

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