Category: Updates

A couple of items out of Dallas County (TX)

First, the trial of Edwin Olsen appeared, as per the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office web site, scheduled for this week – Tuesday, Feb. 19. Case information has now been updated and indicates a reset of the trial with the new date scheduled Sept. 9, 2013. Olsen, a now-disbarred attorney, is the second defendant scheduled Keep Reading…


New allegations surface against DPS troopers (TX)

As the troubling roadside cavity search that occurred last summer in the Dallas area remains in the court system, other alleged examples of abuse surface. Check out New DPS trooper allegations surface as roadside cavity search case remains unresolved.


James Brown estate hijacking raises public policy questions

With asking if the government should seize private assets, Estate of Denial® friend Sue Summer has a great new article about the troubling public policy questions created with the state of South Carolina having hijacked “Godfather of Soul” James Brown’s estate. She says: Since the death of music legend James Brown on Christmas Day of 2006, Keep Reading…


WSJ letter connects to probate abuse

A recent Wall Street Journal letter to the editor headlined Costs of Too Many Hungry Lawyers highlights the growing abundance of unemployed lawyers.  Sadly, this issue connects to probate abuse as many actions chronicled on the pages of Estate of Denial® are contrived or manufactured disputes – a practice “hungry lawyers” can find appealing as disgruntled Keep Reading…


Connecticut probate reforms termed as ‘working,’ Smoron estate case observers likely disagree

When a case like the Josephine Smoron estate hijacking still lingers in the Connecticut legal system, terming the state’s probate reforms to be “working” seems a bit overstated. Connecticut’s probate courts can trace their history to the 1630s, and until a couple of years ago were still clinging to many of the efficiencies of the Keep Reading…

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