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Former probate attorney guilty plea in estate embezzlement

admin November 17, 2016

An ex probate attorney has admitted to defrauding estates of over half a million dollars. Estates he had been entrusted to manage. The former probate attorney (aged 38) Christopher Mansfield, admitted to misappropriating around $587,030 from around a dozen estates. The management of these estates spanned three years to October 2015. Mansfield was charged on September 28th by Federal prosecutors….

Disgraced probate clerk sues for reinstatement of pension

admin May 6, 2016

SAVANNAH: Disgraced ex probate clerk sues for reinstatement of pension. An ex probate clerk with Chatham County is suing to have her pension reinstated. This story about the theft was originally ran back in August 2015 – Ex Probate Clerk admits $232,000 theft. The total theft detailed by government though ran to around $750,000 this was inclusive individual losses. The…

Probate court guardianship enslaving the vulnerable

admin April 11, 2016

A probate court order of emergency temporary guardianship may well fall under modern day slavery. A recent article centers around a 46 year old female who fell ill. Thereafter she was admitted to hospital in Jacksonville (FL). This was the last she would see of her rented beach side condo. Alarmingly this was more than four years ago. Instead she…

Probate Judge alleged bigotry and Pro American Stance

admin March 8, 2016

Allegations that a Denver Probate judge exhibited bigotry and a pro American bias is headed for the Colorado Court of Appeals. The girl (name withheld to protect privacy) is in receipt of a seven figure inheritance. The probate judge also faces accusations of prejudice and discrimination. This alleged as a result of her removal from the motherly figure that has…

Probate lawyer suspended for neglect of estate

admin November 30, 2015

Illinois: A probate lawyer from River Forest has been barred for a year and/or until further notice. The suspension of the probate lawyer (Albert S. George) was ordered by the Illinois Supreme Court. As confirmed by the Illinois ARDC pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 762(b). George acted as both executor and attorney and neglected the probate estate he was entrusted…

Probate | The land of opportunism and plenty

admin October 18, 2015

Probate tools such as power of attorney, trusts, wills and guardianship are being used to insinuate their way in to elder property and assets and with the sole purpose of achieving control. While redistribution of wealth may well be more closely defined with socialism the term takes on a more sinister twist when considering increasing activities, largely unreported, targeting the…