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Estate of Denial news clips (11/17/17)

Woman Accused Of Stealing $851000 From Elderly, Disabled (CT) Hartford Courant November 6, 2017 Police have charged a Winsted bookkeeper with embezzling $851,000 from the accounts of elderly and disabled people whose finances were under the control of probate court conservatorships. Sheila Grochowski, 70, gained access to the victims’ bank accounts through her employment with Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (11/15/17)

Lawyer Wants Richard Dabate To Pay Back $70000 To Slain Wife’s Estate (CT) Hartford Courant October 31, 2017 In the 16 months between Connie Dabate’s murder and her husband’s arrest, Richard Dabate emptied his wife’s bank accounts, cashed in multiple retirement accounts and was on the verge of selling a home the couple owned in Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (11/13/17)

Commissioners approve spending almost $1.5 million for two pieces of art (TX) KENS 5 TV October 30, 2017 SAN ANTONIO – Bexar County commissioners have approved almost $1.5 million for two pieces of art. It’s a lot of your tax dollars that could be spent elsewhere, according to one judge.   3 Prince heirs ask Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (11/10/17)

Chester Bennington’s Will Leaves Entire Estate to Family (CA) TMZ October 24, 2017 Chester Bennington kept his money close to home … because his will leaves most of his assets to a trust for the benefit of his wife and kids. According to the will, which was filed in L.A. County and obtained by TMZ, Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (11/08/17)

Grampa’s gone but his heirs are now in Westminster gym’s corner (CA) Los Angeles Times October 26, 2017 At only 5 foot 2, Jessica Rangel stands tall at Grampas Boxing Gym in Westminster. Chiseled, tattooed arms feature inked images of what matters most to her: boxing gloves and her grandparents.   Court rejects Boca attorney’s Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (11/06/17)

Thornton Dial Estate Withdraws Lawsuit Against Dealer Over High Museum Acquisition (GA) artnet News October 23, 2017 Almost as quickly as it was filed, an extraordinarily complicated lawsuit brought by heirs of the artist Thornton Dial against his longtime dealer William S. Arnett has been withdrawn. The complaint centered on the rightful ownership of a Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (11/03/17)

Jerry Lewis’ Daughter on Being Left out of His Will New York Post October 16, 2017 Jerry Lewis’ will leaves nothing to Suzan. Jerry Lewis’ will doesn’t even mention Suzan. So who’s Suzan? Suzan Lewis Minoret or Suzan Minoret Lewis — whichever she now uses (her temporary husband was named Minoret) — called to say: Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (11/01/17)

Eder’s Appeal From Probate (CT) Connecticut Law Tribune October 10, 2017 The adoption of two adult brothers by the settlor of a trust was not a sham intended to alter the intent of the trust.   Unholy Row As Court Decides on Religious Woman’s Will (AUS) news.com.au October 15, 2017 A TERMINALLY ill woman’s use Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (10/30/17)

Unsent Text Message OK As Valid Will Says Australian Court Fox News October 10, 2017 The text message was just a draft. It had been left unsent. It’s intention was controversial. A 55-year-old man who took his own life a year ago had addressed the phone text message to his brother. It declared his brother Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (10/27/17)

Metro Detroit woman says probate guardianship case is tearing family apart (MI) WXYZ October 12, 2017 Total strangers – lawyers who double as public officials – are taking over the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in our community – senior citizens and others who are disabled. Several Metro Detroit families say they’ve Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (10/25/17)

Using Lay Witnesses To Combat Experts: Taking A Knife To A Gun Fight? (WV) JD Supra (press release) October 11, 2017 Expert witnesses can be expensive.  Yet, in estate disputes, they may be unavoidable.  When a will gets challenged based on an alleged lack of testamentary capacity or undue influence, you can all but guarantee Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (10/23/17)

How the Elderly Lose Their Rights (NV) The New Yorker October 9, 2017 For years, Rudy North woke up at 9 A.M. and read the Las Vegas Review-Journal while eating a piece of toast. Then he read a novel—he liked James Patterson and Clive Cussler—or, if he was feeling more ambitious, Freud. On scraps of Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (10/20/17)

Hefner Timed Death to Launch Playboy Reboot for Modern Era Wealth Advisor October 1, 2017 Don’t believe the hype that says he died broke. The Playboy mogul always had an ironclad estate plan in place, and now there’s a succession to match. Hugh Hefner had all the pieces of a dynastic succession in place a Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (10/18/17)

California Woman Claims She Is Only Living Heir To $15 million Fortune of Writer Who ‘Served As Inspiration for J. D. Salinger’s Holden Caulfield Character in Catcher in the Rye‘ DailyMail.com September 30, 2017 A California woman is claiming that she is the long-lost niece of a New York writer who died two years ago, Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (10/16/17)

Ohio Supreme Court slams Stan Chesley, says he used intimidation, ‘fraud’ to avoid paying settlement Cincinnati.com October 5, 2017 The Ohio Supreme Court again stepped into the case involving tens of millions of dollars sought by Stan Chesley’s former clients, saying an attempt to shelter assets from them was “the product of fraud.” In a Keep Reading…

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