Category: Updates

Baby boomers light on estate planning efforts

The Associated Press has a story out discussing how Most boomers don’t have living wills.  They also are light in other estate planning areas.  Estate of Denial® is often the first in line willing to point out probate abuse that occurs via the use of instruments like wills, trusts, guardianships and powers of attorney.  Living Keep Reading…


SEIU targets funds for the disabled; scheme leads Detroit newscast (MI)

Akin to yesterday’s post describing Dallas internet entrepreneur Jeff Baron’s legal assault by a federal district court, this post out of Michigan caught our attention.  It also isn’t probate related, but as corrupt and unaccountable government officials often enable intrusive – even nonsensical – public policy or self-interested manipulation of laws, government entities, etc., here’s Keep Reading…


Dallas case highlights court-perpetrated asset looting, civil rights hijacking (TX)

Estate of Denial® is delighted to see media attention focused on the plight of  internet entrepreneur Jeff Baron.  This case centers on a receivership ordered in a Dallas court by Senior U.S. District Judge Royal Furgeson.  Through this legal order, the court now functionally controls  Baron’s assets, property and life. Here’s the story: American jurisprudence: Keep Reading…


Southington probate court v. Smoron cows: government attempts taking the cows’ home (CT)

We’re not going to post the story about a new regional children’s probate court being opened in Hartford, but call it to your attention as context for the following. While Judge Paul Knierim, Connecticut Probate Court Administrator, and his “probate system” enjoy attaboys and high fives for a job well done with their new children’s Keep Reading…


Eyes of Texas, the U.S. are on at least one Texas judge – and that’s a good thing!

The 2004 video in which a Texas judge, Aransas County Court-at-Law Judge William Adams, was recorded beating his then-16-year-old daughter has certainly become a national story.  What happens next with regard to the judge and a State Commission on Judicial Conduct investigation will be interesting. Adams is reportedly a family court judge although a visit Keep Reading…

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