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Bobbi Kristina Brown update: $20M inheritance to be handed out in installments, Ian Halperin says

Ian Halperin, the investigative journalist who wrote a book about the late singer Whitney Houston and her daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown, said in his book that the 22-year-old will receive her $20 million inheritance in installments. She reportedly earned one of the installments on her twenty-first birthday. The structure of the installments is very straightforward, the Inquisitr Keep Reading…


Myrtle Beach-area attorney suspended from practice (SC)

A Myrtle Beach-area attorney has been suspended from practicing law for three years as part of an agreement about misconduct since 2008 involving several lawsuits, probate court matters and post-conviction relief actions, according to a state Supreme Court opinion filed Wednesday. Justices ordered James Marshall Biddle to be suspended for three years, pay the costs Keep Reading…


Judge rules B.B. King’s manager will continue to run his estate

Blues legend B.B. King’s longtime manager was appointed personal representative of his estate Thursday over the objection of five of his daughters. Clark County District Judge Gloria Sturman made the ruling after a hearing in the probate case. She said King’s plans were expressed in his 2007 will, which designated manager LaVerne Toney as the Keep Reading…


Belgian doctors are euthanizing patients without their consent

( — A study published this month in the Journal of Medical Ethics examined the “deliberate” euthanasia of patients in Belgium without their explicit, voluntary consent as required by law. The study’s author, Raphael Cohen-Almagor, a professor of philosophy and ethics at the United Kingdom’s Hull University, found that life-ending drugs were used “with the intention Keep Reading…


August court date set for Susan Van Note after mistrial in murder case (KS)

A Lee’s Summit lawyer now will go on trial Aug. 17 in the slayings of her millionaire father and his longtime girlfriend. Last week, when Susan Van Note was supposed to stand trial in Laclede County Circuit Court in Lebanon, Mo., a judge declared a mistrial before a jury was seated. Judge Kenneth Hayden said Keep Reading…

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