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Estate of Denial news clips (2/24/17)

Key Lawmaker Says Judge Moreland Should Resign (TN) News Channel 5 February 15, 2017 NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A powerful state lawmaker is calling on a Nashville judge to resign. Sen. Mike Bell, R-Riceville, told NewsChannel 5 Investigates that Judge Casey Moreland should do the right thing and step down.   Grendell Administrator Accused of Improper Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (2/22/17)

Van Note defense, prosecution clash over gunshot evidence (MO) Kansas City Star February 13, 2017 Lebanon, Mo. A criminologist’s testimony that the killer of William Van Note and his girlfriend was someone taller than the defendant set off a fiery exchange Monday in Susan Van Note’s double-murder trial. John Wilson used trigonometry in an attempt Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (2/20/17)

Maine court hears oral arguments as justices consider sanctions against former probate judge Bangor Daily News February 10, 2017 PORTLAND, Maine — The state’s highest court heard oral arguments Friday morning as the justices consider issuing a $10,000 fine and barring former York County Probate Judge Robert M.A. Nadeau from sitting on the bench again. Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (2/17/17)

Americans Unprepared to Transfer Trillions, Report Says Private Wealth February 2, 2017 Americans are “woefully” unprepared to transfer trillions of dollars from the older generation to their heirs, something that will happen in the near future, says Royal Bank of Canada Wealth Management in a new report. Only 30 percent of Americans have a full Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (2/15/17)

Van Note trial starts today with jury selection (MO) Lakenewsonline.com February 6, 2017 Two weeks of trial have been scheduled for the weeks of Feb. 6 and 13 after both sides agreed to proceed during a pre-trial conference last month via telephone under Judge Kenneth Hayden. The double-murder trial of Susan Elizabeth Van Note is Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (2/13/17)

Suffolk probate register is suspended (MA) Boston Globe February 4, 2017 Two years after he unseated an official accused of lax work habits and confrontational behavior, Suffolk Register of Probate Felix D. Arroyo has been placed on administrative leave and the office is under investigation again, a court official said late Friday. The state’s Trial Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (2/10/17)

Fake Will Scheme Puts Camden Real Estate Agent in Hot Water (AR) Arkansas Business January 30, 2017 A Camden real estate agent stands accused of pushing her teenage daughter into the arms of a survivor of the Deepwater Horizon explosion, and then, after he died in a car accident, faking his will to leave his Keep Reading…

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Fugitive From Injustice: The Anatomy of Conservatorship (Guardianship) Abuse Exposed

Probate courts aren’t generally viewed as a common locale for the fight of a lifetime, but in Fugitive from Injustice, Nashville musician Danny Tate shares a detailed account that exposes the calculated, systemic abuse that too often resides in these often quiet and seemingly unobtrusive legal venues. In October 2007, David Tate went before Davidson Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (2/8/17)

Judge Jesus “Chuy” Garza indicted (TX) Laredo Morning Times January 12, 2017 Webb County Court at Law II Judge Jesus “Chuy” Garza was indicted Wednesday on charges that he solicited a loan from a woman who was involved in a case before his court. Garza, 57, was charged with one count of gift to public Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (2/6/17)

Judge In Decades Old Anna Nicole Smith Case Announces He’s Had Enough Forbes January 30, 2017 There was a time when you couldn’t click on the news without hearing about Anna Nicole Smith. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, the country was captivated as the former Playboy model made it all the way to Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (2/3/17)

Frances Bean Cobain: Gimme Back My Dad’s Guitar . . . I’ll Keep It Safe!! TMZ January 25, 2017 Kurt Cobain’s daughter doesn’t trust her estranged husband with one of her father’s famous guitars … and she’s asking a judge to help her get it back, stat. Frances Bean Cobain filed docs, obtained by TMZ, asking Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (2/1/17)

‘I Beg You to Recuse Me’: Anna Nicole Smith Judge Finally Gets His Wish (TX) Texas Lawyer January 26, 2017 For the better part of 20 years, the fight over the estate of late billionaire oil tycoon J. Howard Marshall has remained a fixture on Mike Wood’s docket, a case that unwittingly turned the once Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (1/30/17)

Former Ethics Board Chair Being Sued For (INCREDIBLY) Unethical Elder Abuse (MA) The Huffington Post October 7, 2016 In my 2012 documentary film, Last Will and Embezzlement, Hollywood icon (the late) Mickey Rooney, who had been the victim of elder financial exploitation, warns the audience, “If it can happen to Mickey Rooney, it can happen Keep Reading…

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Happy holidays! Winter hiatus ahead

Happy holidays! May you have a merry and joyful Christmas season. Here’s also to kicking off a great New Year full of optimism and the prospect  of  exciting, new opportunities! Today marks the start of winter hiatus here at Estate of Denial®. We’ll be back sometime in late January to start another year chronicling cases Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (12/15/16)

Probate attorney abandons office, clients; Nevada Bar expected to file for suspension News3LV December 8, 2016 LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) — A local attorney who handles people’s money has suddenly gone missing. The Nevada State Bar has told News 3 they will soon be filing to have him suspended from practicing law in Nevada.   Las Keep Reading…

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