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Planned travel and unplanned illness is prompting Estate of Denial® to take a brief hiatus. We’ll be back early April with more articles regarding probate abuse and the legal atrocities occurring with regard to wills, trusts, guardianships and powers of attorney.

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

Central Texas man charged in theft of $100,000 from elderly aunt (TX) KWTX March 8, 2017 WACO, Texas (KWTX) An Oglesby man was free on bond Wednesday after he was charged in connection with the theft of more than $100,000 from an elderly aunt. Waco police arrested Nicholas Scott Gomez, 35, after a judge issued Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (3/15/17)

Central Coast woman found guilty of financial elder abuse (CA) KEYT March 6, 2017 SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – The Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office announced on Monday that 54-year-old Santa Barbara resident Allyson Maura Cowell was found guilty of 52 theft related felony charges. The charges include two counts of financial elder abuse, 25 Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (3/13/17)

Katherine Jackson Grandson to Settle Family War TMZ March 3, 2017 Katherine Jackson‘s fate and fortune may lie in the hands of one of her grandsons … TMZ has learned. Trent Jackson, Michael’s cousin, and his attorney Ron Rale want TJ Jackson, Michael’s nephew, to sit down with Katherine alone and decide who’s the victim and Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (3/10/17)

New death tax confirmed: probate fees of up to £20000 will apply from May (UK) Telegraph.co.uk March 1, 2017 The Government has ignored overwhelming opposition and pushed ahead the introduction of a dramatic rise in probate fees, taking effect from May 2017. In the most extreme cases, estates worth £2m or more will have to pay Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (3/8/17)

Former pharmacy employee in St. Helena arrested on burglary, financial elder abuse charges (CA) Napa Valley Register February 27, 2017 ST. HELENA — A former Vasconi’s Drugs employee who was responsible for delivering medication to local patients was arrested last week on suspicion of stealing credit cards, cash and valuables from her clients and her Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (3/6/17)

Michael Jackson’s Mother Enters Estate Legal Fray The Hollywood Reporter February 24, 2017 As the legal fight between Michael Jackson’s estate and the IRS winds down, another battle is heating up. The estate has been involved in one lawsuit after another since the singer’s death, facing off with Quincy Jones, Jackson’s ex-manager Tohme Tohme and “Thriller” director John Landis — just Keep Reading…

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

Felix Arroyo fights removal from Massachusetts Probate Court BayStateBanner February 22, 2017 Questions swirled recently when Suffolk Conty Register of Probate Felix D. Arroyo was suspended from his position for reasons not released to the public, nor, it seems, to Arroyo himself. There have been no specific allegations of wrongdoing. Early this month, the Massachusetts Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (3/1/17)

Probate Attorney from Nevada on the hook for millions Blasting News February 18, 2017 Virginia-based Markel Insurance Company assigned a $2 million negligence policy to probate #Attorney Robert Graham. With Graham under indictment, the company desires to vacate the coverage and not pay out claims which number in the hundreds. Graham lied on policy According Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (2/27/17)

Michael Jackson’s mom wants to intervene in lawsuit against singer’s estate MyNewsLA.com February 17, 2017 Michael Jackson’s mother is seeking a judge’s permission to intervene as a plaintiff in a lawsuit brought against her late son’s estate by four people who maintain they had interests in a company the singer created before his 2009 death. Keep Reading…

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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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