Category: Updates

‘Template for Reform’ outlines path for activism

We’ve posted this before, but thought this was a good time to again call attention to this interesting report from Texans for Lawsuit Reform entitled Template for Reform:  How Texas is Restoring Its Civil Justice System. Estate of Denial® believes that state-based grassroots-type efforts are an important activist piece of educating the public on probate Keep Reading…


Stage is set for Huguette Clark estate battle (NY)

Attorneys for relatives of the late Huguette Clark are preparing to challenge the reclusive copper-mining heiress’ will.  This estate battle will take place in the Manhattan Surrogate’s Court as relatives from Clark’s father’s first marriage seek to overturn a will in which Clark excluded family members while providing generously for her nurse, attorney and accountant.  Keep Reading…


EoD, Ellis County Observer share interest in Jeff Baron legal abuse case, public trust issues (TX)

Thanks to our friends at The Ellis County Observer for the Jeff Baron Case Picked Up By Estate of Denial mention with regard to our Dallas case highlights court-perpetrated asset looting, civil rights hijacking (TX) post. “Horrendously popular.”   We appreciate the kind words regarding our site.  Undoubtedly, many would agree with at least the Keep Reading…


Estate of Denial, Live and Let Live audio file posted

Last Sunday, Lou Ann Anderson, creator and online producer of Estate of Denial® joined host Gary Johnson on Rule of Law Radio’s Live and Let Live broadcast to again discuss the growing threat which many Texans – and many Americans – face with abusive probate actions.  Recent probate cases in the news were highlighted to help Keep Reading…


Will Tennessee Court of Judiciary hearings be a ‘waltz around justice’?

In an Impeachrandykennedy’s Blog post, Danny Tate tells of a recent appearance before a committee investigating Tennessee’s Court of the Judiciary.  Here’s his account of the proceeding: TN lawmakers warn judges to change their ways (Brandon Gee/Tennessean) I spoke at this hearing today and will include the recollected version of my testimonial, considering I improvised Keep Reading…

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