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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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Estate of Denial news clips (6/7/17)

IRS Can Choose Whether to Encumber Non-Probate Assets WealthManagement.com May 30, 2017 Estate of Myers v. Commissioner1 is an important estate-planning case as it suggests the Internal Revenue Service can pursue unpaid estate taxes against its choice of beneficiaries, probate or non-probate. In addition, it indicates that the IRS has no obligation to file a Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (6/5/17)

Memorial Day misery: Disabled veteran seeks missing funds, sues VA-appointed fiduciary (TN) The Commercial Appeal May 28, 2017 As he faces another Memorial Day, Ronald White’s life remains a “blessed’’ struggle. The 69-year-old disabled Vietnam veteran walks with a cane these days. He’s had to move from his house into a group home. But his Keep Reading…

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

Judge delays Casey Moreland trial as corruption investigation continues (TN) The Tennessean May 25, 2017 Casey Moreland returned to a Nashville courtroom on Thursday to ask to delay his trial in a federal bribery and obstruction of justice case. Federal prosecutors said during the hearing that as Moreland’s obstruction case is proceeding toward trial, there is still Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (5/31/17)

What Will Happen to the Sexual-Harassment Lawsuits Against Roger Ailes? The Cut May 18, 2017 The last year of former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes’s life was marred by scandal. Ailes, who died on Thursday, resigned from the network last year after more than two dozen women came forward to accuse him of sexual harassment, Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (5/30/17)

Bizarre Developments In Katherine Jackson Elder Abuse Case Barentsnova May 18, 2017 Katherine Jackson’s elder abuse case against nephew Trent Jackson just took an expected turn. The matriarch – who happens to be the owner of the Calabasas estate of the Jackson clan – has been MIA for months, and now she has seemingly dropped Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (5/24/17)

Alan Thicke: Sons Go to War with His Wife to Protect the Estate TMZ May 16, 2017 Alan Thicke‘s sons — Robin and Brennan– believe their dad’s third wife is making moves to get more of his estate than she deserves, and they’re taking action to nip it in the bud. The sons, with attorney Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (5/22/17)

House IT Scandal Figure Threatened Kidnappings of Stepmom’s Pakistani Kin (VA) The Daily Signal May 04, 2017 A former congressional information technology (IT) aide allegedly threatened to have his stepmother’s Pakistani relatives kidnapped if she talked to U.S. law enforcement authorities, according to court documents obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation’s (TheDCNF) Investigative Group. “Imran Awan Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (5/19/17)

Six Prince Siblings Want Quick Ruling on Their Status as Heirs Fox Business ‎May 10, 2017‎ A Minnesota judge said Wednesday that he will take a request from Prince’s six siblings to be declared the late rocker’s lawful heirs under advisement, nearly one year after his passing. The decision comes even after Carver County District Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (5/17/17)

Family Claims 95-Year-Old Swindled by Council on Aging Director (LA) WBRZ 2 March 29, 2017 BATON ROUGE- There are allegations of coercion and violations of state ethics rules at the East Baton Rouge Parish Council on Aging. All of this centers around a will that was drawn up late last year for a 95-year-old woman. Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (5/15/17)

Texas Judge Faces Lurid Drug and Sex Accusations Courthouse News Service May 4, 2017 HOUSTON (CN) – A Texas judge is facing a call for her suspension by a state ethics commission that claims she habitually bought prescription cough syrup on the black market, took marijuana that her bailiff seized from a defendant and paid Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (5/12/17)

Proposal to Expand Probate Court Powers Pulled from Budget Bill (OH) Geauga Maple Leaf May 2, 2017 Citizens and elected officials from Northeast Ohio unified against all party boundaries to express their opposition to proposed legislation that would have expanded probate court judges’ jurisdiction over park districts. On Monday, their calls, emails, letters and testimony Keep Reading…

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Estate of Denial news clips (5/10/17)

Griffith heirs join fight to reopen popular hiking trail to Hollywood sign (CA) LA Daily News May 1, 2017 The heirs of Griffith J. Griffith, the silver-mining magnate who donated the plot of open space that became Griffith Park, joined other groups Monday in a fight to reopen a popular Beachwood Drive trail entrance that Keep Reading…

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