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Two wills, a blonde and a $3 million estate (UK)

A MYSTERY blonde could hold the key to a will – allegedly signed in a pub – over the multi-million dollar estate of an elderly Sydney man. Police want to track down a woman known as Blondie whom they believe has information about the “pub” will of Herbert Luscombe, of Homebush, who died in January Keep Reading…


How judges, probate attorneys, and guardianship orgs abuse the vulnerable (TX)

Mary Dahlman’s problem is all about money. A lot of people want at the estimated $20 million trust Dahlman’s deceased mother left to her and her brother. Over the past year, a flock of local probate attorneys have already drained nearly half a million dollars in fees out of that trust. And they want more. Keep Reading…


National debt: what’s your lifetime share?

A new post from Economic Freedom asks What’s Your Lifetime Share of the National Debt? and provides a calculator to generate your age-based share.  At Estate of Denial®, we believe understanding probate and other legal abuse/corruption issues requires recognizing the threats Americans face with regard to both their personal liberty and property rights as well as Keep Reading…


Chicago priest returns to pulpit after investigation (IL)

A popular Northwest Side Catholic priest has returned to the pulpit after an 18-month criminal investigation into allegations that he exploited a 93-year-old parishioner by becoming trustee of her home. The Chicago Archdiocese says it was advised Aug. 14 that the Cook County state’s attorney had determined that the office would not bring criminal charges Keep Reading…


CALA Austin reminds of progress, but work still ahead with Texas’ lawsuit abuse issue

In Texas dental clinic case shows lawsuit abuse harms, dental services threatened, Estate of Denial® discussed our take on frivolous lawsuits including how a company having to defend against such actions can hamper the company’s growth, new employment opportunities – even its long-term existence.  Another recent post Harms of ‘attorney driven’ litigation shown in CLA, estate-planning Keep Reading…

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