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Oklahoma’s Glossip case: Irreversible mistake on top of misjustice?

Richard Glossip is scheduled to be executed by the state of Oklahoma on Sept. 16. A Dr. Phil episode highlighting his case aired early last week. Years of following probate abuse – the corruption surrounding probate courts and the calculated misuse of legal instruments like wills, trusts, guardianships and powers of attorney – have left Keep Reading…

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Rest in Peace Latifa Ring

It is with sadness that we share news regarding the passing of elder and guardianship abuse activist Latifa Ring. From the Houston Chronicle: Latifa Sefiane Ring 1955-2015 Latifa Sefiane Ring, 59, of Houston went home to be with her Lord, Sunday, July 19, 2015. She was born December 23, 1955 in Morocco. She is preceded Keep Reading…

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Summer hiatus ahead

July is here and so is the Estate of Denial® summer hiatus. A busy few months are ahead so while new columns will be posted over the upcoming weeks, archiving probate abuse articles won’t resume until shortly after Labor Day. Hope everyone has a great and safe summer!

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Flashback perspective on Bexar County Probate Judge Tom Rickhoff

As Bexar County Probate Judge Tom Rickhoff has been a major player in the Benson estate battle, this 2009 “profile in probate law”  offers some interesting insight. From San Antonio Business Journal: Over Tom Rickhoff’s career, he fought in the battlefields of Vietnam, spent several years prosecuting the Mafia in New Orleans, and sat on Keep Reading…

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‘Surprised’ judge to hear cop’s inheritance case Tuesday (NH)

PORTSMOUTH – A judge will hear arguments on Tuesday about whether or not two internal police reports, pertaining to police Sgt. Aaron Goodwin’s $2.7 inheritance, should be made public. Judge Gary Cassavechia issued an order scheduling the Jan. 27 hearing, while noting he’s “surprised” that Goodwin has not filed a court pleading “addressing such concerns Keep Reading…

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