Category: Updates

Britney Spears conservatorship attracts interest

Thanks to our friends at U.S. Observer for making our latest Britney Spears’ conservatorship blocks marriage option and more one of their featured articles. We’ll also soon be posting audio from Sunday night’s interview on Live and Let Live, a broadcast on the Rule of Law Radio network.  The Britney Spears conservatorship was also the Keep Reading…


Civil or criminal – incapacitation/incompetence labels becoming useful tools

In an off-air exchange last night with Live and Let Live host Gary Johnson, guardianships/conservatorships and designations of incompetence or incapacitation were discussed.  He also mentioned the Carolyn Barnes case in Williamson County (TX).  With living in the neighboring county, the name and charges were familiar and became of greater interest as Gary described his Keep Reading…


Probate articles discussed on Rule of Law Radio’s Live and Let Live

As a follow-up to tonight’s interview with Gary Johnson on Live and Let Live, a broadcast on the Rule of Law Radio network, here are links to the articles discussed: Britney Spears’ conservatorship blocks marriage option and more EoD news archive links for Britney Spears’ conservatorship Connecticut estate case exposes inheritance rights realities EoD news Keep Reading…


Tune in for EoD’s Sunday night interview

This latest Britney Spears story once again indicates how conservatorships (also known as guardianships) can be used for what some might view as creative purposes – or creative diversion or creative stonewalling. Tune in 9 p.m. Sunday night as Estate of Denial™ creator/online producer Lou Ann Anderson joins Gary Johnson on  Live and Let Live Keep Reading…


Probate abuse case exposes need for Australian legal reform

Several years ago, we wrote two columns based on a book by Australian businessman Diarmuid Hannigan entitled Lawyers or Grave Robbers? Like many of us here in the U.S., Hannigan continues working today for reform of the Australian legal system and other probate-related issues. Upon being told by the Federal Attorney General and the previous Keep Reading…

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