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Update on Texas’ Michael Morton case

It’s hard to believe that it’s almost been a year since Estate of Denial® wrote Morton murder case suggests Williamson County corruption as fixture over fluke, a column about a then little-known case playing out in our neighboring county that suggested a new depth of public corruption and cronyism in this suburban central Texas locale.  Keep Reading…

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Arizona’s Marie Long sparks ‘who’s running your courts’ questions about probate actions, legal abuse

Estate of Denial® posted our latest column Arizona’s Marie Long personifies ‘property poaching by probate’ threat not only here at this site, but also on Examiner.com. Probate property poaching targets and other concerned individuals who understand the quiet threat facing Americans across this country weighed in with comments.  Through experience some have learned the destructive force that Keep Reading…

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The Death Tax: alive, still kicking

The Death Tax is projected to skyrocket in upcoming months.  Estate of Denial® addresses the ongoing use of probate venues and probate instruments (wills, trusts, guardianships and powers of attorney) to perpetrate Involuntary Redistribution of Assets actions against the dead, disabled and incapacitated – and their families or other heirs/beneficiaries.  We see property rights trampled Keep Reading…

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Guardian accountability bill moves out of U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee

Keep reality at bay and “mission accomplished” can be the order of the day. From Washington: WILLMAR — Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s legislation to protect seniors from neglect or abuse by court-appointed guardians passed the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday. The Guardian Accountability and Senior Protection Act would help states improve their oversight of guardians Keep Reading…

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Brad Reinke case attracts deserved scrutiny to use of “incompetence” tag (TX)

This whole “incompetence” status often is a gateway component for troubling guardianship cases which contribute to the overall issue of probate abuse.  The use of this status also shows the danger of overly-intrusive government. Grits for Breakfast offers interesting perspective on this topic with a recent post Man deemed incompetent held 20 years without trial Keep Reading…

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