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Estate of Denial news clips (10/09/17)

Marlborough attorney disbarred for intentional misuse of trust funds (MA) MetroWest Daily News September 28, 2017 MARLBOROUGH – The state agency that oversees lawyers has disbarred a Marlborough attorney for intentional misuse of trust funds. Joseph F. Ditommaso has been disbarred as of July 14, according to the Board of Bar Overseers. In June 2014, Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (10/06/17)

Landmark verdict: Jury awards $16.4M in guardianship case (FL) August 4, 2017 Palm Beach Post Advocates for guardianship reform clamored in vain for years that Florida’s system failed to properly protect incapacitated seniors, that its primary purpose had been perverted to line the pockets of greedy attorneys and professional guardians with the hard-earned life savings of Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (10/04/17)

Jerry Lewis Excludes His Six Sons from His Will Los Angeles Times September 22, 2017 Jerry Lewis’ six sons were purposely excluded from the late comic’s will. The legendary comedian, who died in August at 91, explicitly asked that they receive no benefits from his estate. In documents obtained by the Blast and People, the Emmy-winning star’s last will and Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (10/02/17)

MetLife Stuck Between Wife and Girlfriend in Benefit Battle BNA Convergence September 11, 2017 Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.’s attempt to escape a battle between a dead man’s widow and his girlfriend took a left turn when a federal judge said the insurer may have to defend claims from one or both of the women (Metro. Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (9/29/17)

Lyricist’s Heirs Demand $700000 for ‘Santa Claus Is Coming to Town’ Courthouse News Service September 20, 2017 LOS ANGELES (CN) — The music companies that control the rights to “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” belong on the naughty list this Christmas, according to a lawsuit seeking royalties for the family of the lyricist. Audrey Keep Reading…

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Trump’s business council exodus reminds hypocrisy alive, well

The latest onslaught of American CEO departures from President Trump’s two business outreach groups, the Manufacturing Council and the Strategic and Policy Forum, demonstrate hypocrisy being both alive and well as corporations increasingly adopt political stances on today’s issues. It certainly is the right of an individual or corporation to accept or decline participation in Keep Reading…

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Summer hiatus continues

After resolving some technical issues, Estate of Denial® will continue a summer hiatus and resume new postings shortly after Labor Day. Hope everyone is having a great and safe summer!

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Estate of Denial news clips (6/26/17)

Jurors recall millionaire hotel heir murder 5 years later (NY) News 12 Westchester June 19, 2017 WHITE PLAINS – Monday marked five years since the end of the most explosive trial in Westchester history, involving the murder-for-hire of a millionaire hotel heir and the conviction of his former stripper wife. In an ‘Only on 12’ Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (6/23/17)

Redstone Faces Ex-Girlfriend’s Palimony Demand Private Wealth June 13, 2017 One of billionaire Sumner Redstone’s former girlfriends won court permission to pursue a claim that his daughter Shari invaded her privacy and pushed the media mogul to abandon his promise of lifetime financial support. A Los Angeles judge on Monday refused to dismiss Sydney Holland’s Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (6/21/17)

Probate court information scam reported (NM) KOB 4 June 9, 2017 ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Bernalillo County officials are warning residents about a recent phone scam trying to solicit personal information. According to the county, the scammers claim they are from the Bernalillo Court of Wills, Estates and Probate. One person reported getting a suspicious call Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (6/19/17)

Michael Jackson’s frail mother Katherine, 87, makes rare outing in wheelchair after accusing nephew Trent Jackson of elder abuse Daily Mail June 9, 2017 She is rarely seen out nowadays. But Michael Jackson’s wheelchair-bound mother Katherine, 87, made a rare public appearance on Wednesday evening. Daughter Rebbie Jackson, 67, took her to see grandson Austin Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (6/16/17)

Longmeadow man who allegedly threatened to shoot probate court judge held on $10000 bail (MA) MassLive.com June 8, 2017 SPRINGFIELD – A Longmeadow man is being held on $10,000 bail after allegedly threatening to shoot a judge in Hampden Probate and Family Court. Matthew Woods, 50, pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Springfield District Court to one Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (6/14/17)

Court upholds ban on ex-judge (VT) Rutland Herald June 6, 2017 MONTPELIER — The Vermont Supreme Court has upheld the lifetime judicial ban on former Windham County Assistant Judge Paul Kane, who was publicly reprimanded this spring by the Vermont Judicial Conduct Board for his handling of the $767,000 estate of an elderly Bellows Falls Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (6/12/17)

We Unplugged My Father from Everything, as He Wished, but I Wasn’t Ready to Let Go The Washington Post June 4, 2017 After my father died, I retreated to a place in California I’ve long cherished for its peacefulness. On a hike, I took a wrong turn and got caught in an endless thicket of Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (6/9/17)

Town seeks $93K in unpaid taxes from Aaron Hernandez estate (MA) WCVB Boston June 1, 2017 NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH, Mass. — The Massachusetts town where Aaron Hernandez lived is seeking more than $93,000 in unpaid real estate taxes from the late New England Patriots player’s estate. North Attleborough Treasurer Christopher Sweet tells The Sun Chronicle the Keep Reading…

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