Category: Updates

Timeless probate humor

Came across this article out of The Onion.  For those who may not know, The Onion is news satire.  Yes, it’s tempting to believe those GOP Trying To Keep Elderly Voting Base Alive Until November or Gay Marine Beaten To Bloody Pulp To Fire Up RNC Crowd headlines.  Come to think of it, we know 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…


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…


Lippman, State Justice Institute nomination stirs allegations of 9/11 donation fraud cover-up, estate looting, political cronyism (NY)

An interesting post at Expose Corrupt Courts features the following letter: Every U.S. Senator will be greeted this morning with an urgent request to vote against President Obama’s nominee for the national organization The State Justice Institute. The communication, along with various related newspaper articles was sent, via facsimile, to all D.C. and local state Keep Reading…


Harms of ‘attorney driven’ litigation shown in CLA, estate-planning class action lawsuit (TX)

In 2009 Estate of Denial® posted an article that detailed a class action suit being heard in a Texas federal court against a group of companies selling living trusts.  Among the allegations, the companies were described as “masquerading as qualified financial advisers, estate planners, lawyers, and paralegals” to “exploit and prey” upon senior citizens with Keep Reading…

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