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From Florida

Read of your website on babalublog.com. Thought the thread linked below might be of interest. In it, people discuss your organization and the thugs who violate our rights and steal our inheritances under color of law – lawyers, nursing homes, social workers and the courts who frame their mischief by decree. Our family has been Keep Reading…

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From Canada

With regard to professional guardians, I am constantly amazed that there is no governing body overseeing these people and their reign of terror continues.  I am wracking my brain to think of ways to illuminate the problem and to generate outrage. So many people hear the stories, some are outraged and some are not. It’s Keep Reading…

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From California

As someone with first hand knowledge of Francis Morrissey’s dubious legal ethics, I am glad you are doing your Estate of Denial blog. My feeling is that practitioners cannot be too careful about watching out for greedy relatives or caregivers.  Yet such care does beg the question: what to do if the planning fiduciary is Keep Reading…

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From Illinois (via Arizona), follow-up

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JUNE 7, 2009 CONTACT:  MARY BETH SMITH 602-434-2900/mary0422@cox.net Judge Charges and Fines Women Seeking to Protect Victim’s Interests CHICAGO – A June 3 ruling by Cook County Probate Judge Maureen E. Connors found two women seeking to protect their elderly aunt and her multi-million dollar estate in “direct criminal contempt” and fined Keep Reading…

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From Illinois (via Arizona), cont.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JUNE 1, 2009 CONTACT:  MARY BETH SMITH 602-434-2900/mary0422@cox.net Judge Considers Jail Time for Women Seeking to Protect Elderly Aunt’s Interests CHICAGO — Cook County Probate Judge Maureen E. Connors will rule 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 3, on whether two Phoenix women seeking to protect their elderly aunt’s estate will spend time in Keep Reading…

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