Monthly Archives: October 2012

National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse:Going to certain probate courts is still like watching a crooked card game where there is no sheriff in town. Question a fixed hand and they’ll plug you full of lead.

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Connecticut probate system: protecting vulnerable citizens or protecting its reputation?

Attribution: http://www.estateofdenial.com/2012/10/22/connecticut-probate-system-protecting-vulnerable-citizens-or-protecting-its-reputation/ October 22, 2012 The Connecticut probate system has been a known area of corruption and exploitation since Estate of Denial® began reporting on abusive probate cases and Involuntary Redistribution of Assets (IRA) actions back in 2007. Despite a … Continue reading

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(Zealous advocacy versus honorable conduct CT/AZ):Connecticut’s rule focuses only on whether the client’s proposed actions are “adequately considered.”

Zealous advocacy versus honorable conduct (CT/AZ) October 13, 2012 Editor’s note: Attorney Debbie Weecks served as a guest co-author for this column. In a recent column I wrote about the challenges and rewards of caring for an elderly parent. The … Continue reading

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A judiciary without honesty has little chance of executing its moral and constitutional duties, no matter how many rules of ethics exist.

Corruption in Our Courts: What It Looks Like and Where It Is Hidden “If experience demands a presumption that a judge will seize every opportunity presented to him in the course of his official conduct to line his pockets, no … Continue reading

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Connecticut: The Westport League of Women Voters is proposing that the Representative Town Meeting consider adopting an ethics code for town employees and elected officials.

Elected town officials and town employees — whether they work in town hall, above, or elsewhere — would be governed by a proposed ethics code.Photo: Paul Schott /WestportNews The Westport League of Women Voters is proposing that the Representative Town … Continue reading

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Petitioning Connecticut Attorney General to Protect Elders from exploitation: Please Help Doctor Ben Hubby meet his Petition Goal

Petitioning Connecticut Attorney General George C. Jepsen This petition will be delivered to: Connecticut Attorney General George C. Jepsen     Connecticut Attorney General George C. Jepsen: Direct CT law firms to return KKH, seized from a Savannah hospital   … Continue reading

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