Monthly Archives: August 2018

Connecticut Probate: 2nd Circuit Vacates Lower Court Ruling in Family Battle Over $111 Million Estate: “You have a probate system that is not working properly. They [defendants] have managed to take advantage of the system. There is a defect in the system, in that this case has gone on for decades.”

Photo: Welcomia/ A woman who sued her brother and sister, claiming they helped in looting what once was a $111 million estate that is now insolvent, won a partial victory from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, … Continue reading

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The book “ROBBED” Understanding the Game of Diversion During Health Care and Estate Administration. Athena Roe has a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Nearly $18 trillion dollars will pass through America’s probate tribunals over the next decade. Estate Administration is just as big if not a larger business than health care.

  Description ROBBED discusses health care and estate administration policy. There are stories and solutions to policy that many Americans overlook our lives are transformed though rules, codes, or agendas. It is no surprise that America’s health care bill continues … Continue reading

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