Category: Updates

Legal opportunism, corruption seen in Texas, U.S., worldwide

Estate of Denial® routinely discusses opportunism and corruption as it relates to the American legal industry – be it via targeting estates as seen in Dallas’ 4949 Swiss Ave. case or through other seemingly predatory actions as Texas dental clinics or DMSOs (dental management service organizations) currently face. While EoD often focuses on our home Keep Reading…


Estate dispute revisited as Drew Peterson trial for Kathleen Savio murder continues (IL)

The Drew Peterson trial in which the former Bolingbrook, IL, police sergeant is charged with the 2004 murder of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, is scheduled to resume Tuesday. With that, this seems a good time to remind our Estate of Denial® audience of an interesting probate aspect attached to this case.  We’ve been unable Keep Reading…


Narcissistic personalities and estate disputes

Much thought-provoking psychology surrounds those who perpetrate estate abuse as well as the targets of such actions. With that, we found this post from on narcissistic personality disorders and estate disputes of great interest: “I found this article very interesting and also very much in line with my own experience working with people who Keep Reading…


Congratulations to Fort Worth Weekly’s Jeff Prince!

Congratulations to Fort Worth Weekly’s Jeff Prince on being named a recipient of this year’s Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas’ Texas Gavel Award which honors “journalistic excellence in legal reporting.” From Fort Worth Weekly: Bang That Gavel Multi-talented Weekleteer Jeff Prince added another piece of hardware to his collection recently: a gavel, courtesy of Keep Reading…


On Texas primary runoff eve, who’s running your courts?

Watching Texas election campaigns and the current crop of candidates reminded us of a 2008 Estate of Denial® posting in which a Connecticut lawyer acted not only as a judge in three cases, but also as the lawyer. The case also caught our eye as this official was involved in some highly questionable probate cases. Keep Reading…

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