I am a beneficiary to a will that has taken almost 4 years without a settlement. The attorney and executor have not responded to questions concerning the excessive time to probate the will. In a rare email from the executor, he claimed that the attorney does not respond to his inquiries. This is a disgrace and has dragged on long enough. I think additional attorney and executor fees will consume most of the final estate distribution. Is an accounting something I can initiate by myself or is a attorney required?
An attorney for my father’s estate did not pay all outstanding debts and finalized the estate.
I received my inheritance check as a beneficiary and a month after that, the attorney wrote about the outstanding debt not being paid and requested the overpayment monies be paid back.
The attorney also stated that he would not enforce the Receipt, Release, Refunding and Indemnification Agreement nor would he pursue legal action to obtain the overpayment and that he would pay the debt himself as it was his error.
I received another letter where he is now seeking the overpayment or will file papers in Court to obtain the overpayment. How can he go back on his initial statements as a legal attorney for the estate?
On Inspiration – Tiny Dancer
Music By Elton John/Lyrics by Bernie Taupin
On Inspiration – Tiny Dancer – Lyrics
The song’s lyrics were written by Bernie Taupin to capture the spirit of California in 1970 encapsulated by the many beautiful women he met there.
The song was dedicated to Maxine Feibelman—Taupin’s first wife—on the album Madman Across the Water.
On Inspiration – Tiny Dancer – Discussion
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Assets – Title With Care
- John Ownership
- Beneficiary Designations
Assets – Transfers – Get Advice Before The Bombs Go Off
Estate Planning Documents – Keep Updated
- Laws Change
- People Change
“Bosses” (Fiduciaries) – Choose Very Carefully
- Are They Able?
- Are They Willing?
Football Season Is Over. No More Games. No More Bombs. No More Walking. No More Fun. No More Swimming. 67. That is 17 years past 50. 17 more than I needed or wanted. Boring. I am always bitchy. No Fun for anybody. 67. You are getting Greedy. Act your old age. Relax This won’t hurt.
Last Words – Hunter S Thompson – Bio
Hunter S Thompson
American Journalist, Author
Born July 18, 1937 – Died February 20, 2005
Last Words – Hunter S Thompson – Note
Note: Hunter left the above wording in a suicide note for his wife, Anita.
He shot himself four days later at his home in Aspen, Colorado., after weeks of pain from a host of physical problems that included a broken leg and a hip replacement.
Last Words – Hunter S Thompson – Johnny Depp
“Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” is a 1998 American film directed by Terry Gilliam, starring Johnny Depp as Raoul Duke and Benicio del Toro as Dr. Gonzo. It was adapted from Hunter S. Thompson’s 1971 novel of the same name.
During the initial development to get the film made, Jack Nicholson and Marlon Brando were originally considered for the roles of Duke and Gonzo but they both grew too old. Afterward, Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi were considered for the duo, but that fell apart when Belushi died. John Malkovich was later considered for the role of Duke, but he too grew too old.
At one point John Cusack was almost cast, but after Hunter S. Thompson met with Johnny Depp he became convinced that no one else could play him.
Christopher Eric Hitchens
Born April 13, 1949 – Died December 15, 2011
Anglo-American, Author, Critic, Journalist
Fear of Death vs Fear of Dying – Interview
I feel a sense of waste about it because I’m not ready.
I feel a sense of betrayal to my family and even to some of my friends who would miss me.
Undone things, unattained objectives.
But I hope I’d always have that, if I was 100 when I was checking out.
But no, I think my main fear is of being incapacitated or imbecilic at the end.
Uploaded by Galen Orwell on 2013-05-16.
That of course, is not something to be afraid of, it’s something to be terrified of.