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New season for The Will: Family Secrets Revealed

SEASON TWO OF INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY’S THE WILL: FAMILY SECRETS REVEALED – REAL LIFE STORIES OF GRIEF AND GREED New Season is Preceded by the Surprising Special, THE WILL: OUTRAGEOUS FINAL WISHES (Silver Spring, MD)—Wills are curious things: a final document outlining what the deceased perceived of their loved ones left behind, dispersing dollars and cents, Keep Reading…

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Danny Tate back in court, TN looks at judicial conduct, disciplinary process

Danny Tate was back in a Nashville courtroom yesterday.  A three-judge appeals court panel heard arguments regarding the questionable conservatorship initiated by Tate’s brother David and upheld by Davidson County Circuit Court Judge Randy Kennedy.  Ironic how Tate was the party whose competency was at issue, but the depletion of his estate – valued at Keep Reading…

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Blind woman says she was duped into selling house (TX)

The Houston Chronicle’s Lise Olsen has written many great articles on probate abuse.  In recent months, she’s been covering how other legal instruments and maneuvers are additionally being used to loot assets from an unsuspecting public. We’ve long maintained that in past times when someone seeking an ill-gotten gain had to physically or forcibly take Keep Reading…

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Young Americans must resist, reject entitlement culture

We have long maintained that a culture which supports the notion of taking from one entity at the expense of another is a dangerous course.  Government does it routinely and broadly to the extent that fomenting a culture of entitlement may in fact be one of the U.S. government’s most effective contemporary achievements. This action Keep Reading…

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EoD upcoming radio interview

Public corruption is a big component of the probate abuse issue.  Crony court systems, dishonest public officials, government systems that function on taxpayer funds yet provide little taxpayer protection are a reality that increasingly impacts peoples’ daily lives. Last December, Estate of Denial® began writing about a lawsuit involving a Williamson County (TX) judge accused Keep Reading…

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