26 June 2015

An Ode to Robert Bly


The giving soul of the poet strives against the greedy soul of the profiteer.

Who is the champion of rightdoing and who the nemesis of wrongdoing?

The sadness of children's screams; the reality of wrongdoing echoes across the known universe.  

Christ weeps for the dead and dying. 

Until love lifts its healing head; we are plagued by hate and deadly deeds.  

The island of tranquility stands alone in a sea of chaos.  We know it is there.  

Getting to it is not that great.  We have each other the poet pleads.  The greedy look the other way; counting their thirty pieces.

What profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his soul?



Hang in there Ben.

Dave


23 June 2015

Why do these assholes want to continue to hump my mother?


I am not an attorney, I am not a liar and I am not a thief....

The agreement set Teddie Randall's fees at $350.00 per hour. He is charging $450.00 per hour.
Randall provided no services that benefited my mother but, instead his services strictly benefited Steven Bain [Steven Fuller aka Steven A. Fuller] which Randall would have performed had my mother not been involved in the litigation.
My mother was used because of her low income status in order that Steven Bain  and his attorney could further his litigation by using her in order to file documents with the Court via fee waivers which she is now on the hook for....
Financially abused and taken advantage of....
MY MOTHER IS A VICTIM!
More to come.

Probate Notes
Department    LA    67     Court Convened at:    8:30 AM    7/8/2015

Honorable David Cunningham
S.L. Williams , Deputy County Clerk     R. Hoffman , Deputy Sheriff 
S. Baker, CSR 9249 , Reporter

BP122665       1034     THELSEY L. FULLER TRUST DATED JULY 23, 2008  
Trust Proceedings
COMPEL ACCOUNTING
Petitioner(s): Fuller, Robert   Fuller, Doris
Attorney(s): Oldman, Marshal A., Esq.  
Continuance Number: 6     Continuance From: Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Last Date Changed: Monday, June 22, 2015 9:39:03 AM
Last Note Changed By: SSAITO

To clear probate notes "filed documents" must be submitted to Rm 429, within time frames set forth in Rule 4.4 (b) of LASC Rules. You may contact the Probate Attorney or Probate Examiner whose E-Mail address appears at the end of these notes, subject to compliance with all conditions governing the use of Interactive E-Mail. E-mail Rules are available on the Court's web site at www.LASuperiorCourt.org.

petn filed 1/24/14

PRIOR ORDERS: Cont to 7/8/15 for TSC cont to 5/27/15 - Petn to approve settlement to be filed NLT 4/2/15 Objections to be filed NLT 5/1/15. cont to 3/23/15; cont to 1/8/15 - petnr is to file a supplement of fees & costs; cont to 10/14/14; cont to 7/22/14 -tee to file acct by 6/23/14 and pay bond premium

SUMMARY:
petnrs (2) are tr benes (2 of the settlor's 5 adult children)
tee is Patrick John Barnitt (appted per crt order dated 3/7/12)
30 day ntc ok
Atty decl filed 5/2/14
atty decl filed 1/5/15 (in support of fees)

FACTS: Thelsey L. Fuller Tr estab 7/23/08. Thelsey died 8/26/09. The tr benes are the settlors 5 children (Petnr Robert, Petnr Doris, and Steven, Sandra and Shirley). The tee, pursuant to court order dated 3/7/12, is Patrick John Barnitt. Tee is bonded in amt of 350,000

The tee has never provided an acct, although he was appted 2 years ago. Petnrs made a written demand for an acct on 9/12/14 and the tee has not responsded. Petnrs seek an order compelling the tee to file an acct for the period of 3/7/12 through the date of the order for the acct. The appeal also concerns the validity of an amendment. Petnrs seek an order that the tee be restrained from dist the tr assets before the appeal is decided. Petnrs alleg there is a reasonable probability that the petnrs will prevail in their appear.

MATTERS TO CLEAR: N/A

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OBJECTIONS filed 2/3/14
OBJECTOR is Patrick John Barnitt
Atty is Jeanne M. Fitzgerald

SUMMARY:
Objector is tee (RESIGNATION filed 4/3/14)
NTC OF NON PAYMENT OF BOND PREMIUM (5,895) filed 4/2/14

FACTS: objector was waiting for the final acct from prior tees (petnrs) before preparing his own acct. Alleg he has no trust funds or any documents relating thereto. Objector believes the tr owns interests in 2 parcels of r/p, plus money owed by petnrs. The trust's 50% interewst in r/p will be sold pursuant to court confirmation (hring was 4/3/14). petnrs and their relatives reside rent free in the trust's Inglewood residence.

objector filed resignation on 4/3/14

MATTERS TO CLEAR:
A. Has tee filed petn to approve resignation and appt succr? supp reqd.

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RELIEF:
1. JTD compel tee Patrick John Barnitt to file an acct for the period of 3/7/12 - date of court order compelling acct; ( acct ordered at 5/6/14 hearing and on calendar this same date)
2. JTD that the tee be restrained from dist the assets of the tr until petnrs' appeal is decided;
3. JTD atty fees/costs - 3,300 in fees plus 465 in costs (per decl filed 1/5/15)
4. JTD OBJECTIONS

P/A COMMENT: see petn to approve settlement on calendar this same date

dhorton@lacourt.org
dgh 4/30/14 7/18/14 10/3/14 12/29/14 1/7/15 3/17/15 5/12/15
SS 6/22

RECOMMENDED DISPOSITION:
RELATED ITEMS: 1035-1038
Order to be Prepared By     Clerk:     Attorney: 




Department    LA    67     Court Convened at:    8:30 AM    7/8/2015

Honorable David Cunningham
S.L. Williams , Deputy County Clerk     R. Hoffman , Deputy Sheriff 
S. Baker, CSR 9249 , Reporter

BP122665       1035     THELSEY L. FULLER TRUST DATED JULY 23, 2008  
Trust Proceedings
FINAL ACCOUNT & FEES
Petitioner(s): Davis, Tala R., Esq  
Attorney(s):  
Continuance Number: 2     Continuance From: Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Last Date Changed: Monday, June 22, 2015 9:39:19 AM
Last Note Changed By: SSAITO

To clear probate notes "filed documents" must be submitted to Rm 429, within time frames set forth in Rule 4.4 (b) of LASC Rules. You may contact the Probate Attorney or Probate Examiner whose E-Mail address appears at the end of these notes, subject to compliance with all conditions governing the use of Interactive E-Mail. E-mail Rules are available on the Court's web site at www.LACourt.org.

FILED 11/12/14

RELATED MATTERS ON CALENDAR

ESTATE OF DECD TRUSTOR AT BP118616 WAS TERMINATED PER 5/17/12 M.O.

PRIOR ORDERS 5/27/15 cont for TSC.3/23/15 cont., final acct of prior trustee Patrick Barnes approved 10/14/14

SUMMARY
petnr temporary interim trustee per prior order 5/24/14 order
acct period 6/25/14 to 9/30/14
alleges poh $230,384 and per supp judgement against Robert and Doris Fuller

2nd supp filed

supp filed 3/19/15 with inventory of Belhaven r/p $84000

FACTS N/A

MATTERS TO CLEAR

A No order settling acct of prior trustee Patrick Barnes per 10/14/14 m.o. in file-see supp

B What is status re collection of $235,152 judgment against Robert Fuller and Doris Fuller? see supps

G Has there been a determination in decd trustors intestate probate estate BP118616 as to who are decd trustor's issue? no per supp, Determination of who are issue is required

addl supplement required

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OBJECTIONS FILED BY ROBERT FULLER AND DORIS FULLER
FILED 1/5/15
ATTY FOR OBJECTORS MARSHALL OLDMAN

svd 1/2/15

object to hourly rate of trustee fees requested
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OBJECTIONS OF ATTY TEDDIE J RANDALL FILED
FILED 2/11/15

not svd?

alleges trustee should be required to collect judgments from Robert Fuller and Doris Fuller that objector has a atty's lien for services to his clients Steven Fuler Sandra Arnold and Shirley Ritchie, and dist pursuant to lien should be made first
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OBJECTIONS FILED BY STEVEN FULLER
FILED 3/5/15
ATTY FOR OBJECTO JOHN SETTLICH

svd 3/4/15

objects to fees and requests affirmative relief as to Doris and Robert Fulled and objects to attys lien requests by atty Randall

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RESPONSE TO OBJECTIONS OF STEVEN FULLED FILED BY INTERIM TRUSTEE DAVIS and response to notice of errata filed 3/16/15
FILED 3/6/15

requests overruling objections
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RESPONSE TO OBJECTIONS TO STEVEN FULLER'S OBJECTIONS TO REQUEST FOR LIEN FILED BY TEDDIE RANDALL
FILED 3/16/15

requests overruling objections
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RESPONSE OF PETNR TO OBJECTIONS OF TEDDIE RANDALL FILED 3/2/15

requests overruling objections
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RELIEF

1JTD acct
2JTD trustee fees $21,735
3JTD distribution of balance of assets
4JTD OBJECTIONS OF ROBERT FULLER AND DORIS FULLER
5JTD OBJECTIONS OF ATTY TEDDIE RANDALL
6JTD OBJECTIONS BY STEVEN FULLER
7 JTD RESPONSE TO OBJECTIONS OF STEVEN FULLER BY PETNR
8JTR RESPONSE TO OBJECTIONS OF STEVEN FULLER BY OBJECTOR TEDDIE RANDALL
9JTD RESPONSE TO OBJECTIONS OF TEDDIE RANDALL

o/w payment of waived fees of Sandra Arnold, and Shirley Carol Ritchey to be ordered paid from their distributive share per supp ok

PA COMMENTS ;addl supplement required-related matters on calendar must be resolved first and appears some relief requested by objectors requires separate pleadings

SSaito@lacourt.org
SS 3/20 5/22 6/22

RECOMMENDED DISPOSITION:
RELATED ITEMS: 1034, 1036-1038
Order to be Prepared By     Clerk:     Attorney: 




Department    LA    67     Court Convened at:    8:30 AM    7/8/2015

Honorable David Cunningham
S.L. Williams , Deputy County Clerk     R. Hoffman , Deputy Sheriff 
S. Baker, CSR 9249 , Reporter

BP122665       1036     THELSEY L. FULLER TRUST DATED JULY 23, 2008  
Trust Proceedings
ALLOWANCE OF FEES
Petitioner(s): Arnold, Sandra   Ritchey, Shirley
Attorney(s): Randall, Teddie J., Esq.  
Continuance Number: 5     Continuance From: Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Last Date Changed: Monday, June 22, 2015 9:39:30 AM
Last Note Changed By: SSAITO

To clear probate notes "filed documents" must be submitted to Rm 429, within time frames set forth in Rule 4.4 (b) of LASC Rules. You may contact the Probate Attorney or Probate Examiner whose E-Mail address appears at the end of these notes, subject to compliance with all conditions governing the use of Interactive E-Mail. E-mail Rules are available on the Court's web site at www.LASuperiorCourt.org.

FILED 4/9/14

PRIOR ORDERS: 5/27/15 cont for TSC MSC J Lager 6/24/15
3/23/15 cont. objections filed by Steven Fuller on 3/5/15 deemed objections to this petn also
,10/14/14 cont.7/24/14 cont

TALA DAVIS APPTD INTERIM TRUSTEE PER 6/25/14 order-her final acct on calendar*

FEE WAIVER OBTAINED

DECD TRUSTOR'S INTESTATE PROBATE ESTATE IS AT BP118616- DAVID LAVIN IS ADMIN THERE-TERMINATED

RELATED CONSERVATORSHIP OF SPOUSE OF DECD TRUSTOR EDWINA FULLER AT BP099211 ORDERS ISSUED THERE ARE DIRECTED TO THIS TRUST

FINAL ACCT OF PATRICK BARNETT APPROVED 10/14/14

SUMMARY
Patrick Barnett is trustee- bond $350,000
ntc and copy trustee Patrick Barnett and his atty filed
ntc and copy interim Trustee Tala Davis filed

2nd supp filed 2/11/15

supp filed 8/14/14 Does not clear

FACTS: petnrs are alleged trust benes petning for atty fees. alleges they are prevailing parties on action resulting is judgment against R Fuller and d Fuller for $235000 that has Not yet been collected and judgment

Atty fees of $42575 at $450.00 per houi requested.

MATTERS TO CLEAR

C Did this decd trustor have addl issue, namely Thelsey D Fuller, La Nelle Fuller and Tyrone T Fuller. Are they pretermitted? supps allege they are not issue of decd trustor? How are they related to decd trustor?

E supp alleges will requests fees be paid by Doris and Robert Fuller-was notice of supp given?

addl supp required

RELIEF

1JTD atty fees $47,575 payable by Doris Fuller and Rober Fuller per supp
2JTD OBJECTIONS OF STEVEN FULLER

o/w payment of all waived filing fees per supp form distrbutive share of those who obtained waivers ok

PA COMMENTS; addl supplement required

SSaito@LASuperiorCourt.org
SS 7/21 10/2 12/22 3/6 5/11 6/22

RECOMMENDED DISPOSITION:
RELATED ITEMS: 1034,1035,1037,1038
Order to be Prepared By     Clerk:     Attorney: 




Department    LA    67     Court Convened at:    8:30 AM    7/8/2015

Honorable David Cunningham
S.L. Williams , Deputy County Clerk     R. Hoffman , Deputy Sheriff 
S. Baker, CSR 9249 , Reporter

BP122665       1037     THELSEY L. FULLER TRUST DATED JULY 23, 2008  
Trust Proceedings
APPROVAL - SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT
Petitioner(s): Davis, Tala R., Esq  
Attorney(s):  
Continuance Number: 1     Continuance From: Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Last Date Changed: Monday, June 22, 2015 9:39:44 AM
Last Note Changed By: SSAITO

To clear probate notes "filed documents" must be submitted to Rm 429, within time frames set forth in Rule 4.4 (b) of LASC Rules. You may contact the Probate Attorney or Probate Examiner whose E-Mail address appears at the end of these notes, subject to compliance with all conditions governing the use of Interactive E-Mail. E-mail Rules are available on the Court's web site at www.LACourt.org.

FILED 4/2/15

PRIOR ORDERS 5/27/15 cont for TSC objections of Steven Fuller deemed waived (not timely)

SUMMARY
ntc filed
consent of Michael Long as alleged atty in fact for Sandra Long filed
consent of Shrley (Carol) Rictchey filed

NOTICE OF LIEN BY COURTCALL LLC ON PROCEEDS OF SANDRA ARNOLD FILED 5/29/15*

supp filed 5/18/15 consent of Sandra Arnold by Michael Long her alleged atty in fact filed

FACTS this is a petn requesting approval of alleged settlement agreement

MATTERS TO CLEAR

A No consent of son Steven Fuller, other issue? see objections filed on behalf of 3 other alleged beneficiaries

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OBJECTIONS FILED BY ATTORNEY TEDDIE RANDALL FILED
FILED 4/30/15

not served?

alleges objector re presented 3 of five benes Steven Fuller, Sandra Arnold and Shirley Ritchey under a contingent fee agreement for 1/3rd of gross recovery amount, alleges Robert Fuller and Doris Fuller are not giving up anyhting because current trsutee can collect their share of the trsut be court order, alleges other benes object to settlement 9but see 2 consents filed) alleges debt of $235000 owed by Robert Fuller adn Doris Fuller would not be dischargeable in bankruptcy

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objections to requested fees of att randall filed 6/4/15 by Mitchell Long alleged atty in fact for Sandra Arnold FEE WAIVER OBTAINED-nto served

unless Mitchell Long is an atty at law in California, he cannot appeara in pro per*
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RELIEF

1JTD approval of alleged settlement agreement
2JTD OBJECTIONS BT TEDDIE RANDALL
3JTD objections to atty fees filed by Mitchell Long*

PA COMMENTS; supp required, unless all other benes are determined and consent recomm DENY W/O PREJUDICE

SSaito@lacourt.org
SS 5/22 6/22


RECOMMENDED DISPOSITION:
RELATED ITEMS: 1034-1036, 1038
Order to be Prepared By     Clerk:     Attorney: 




Department    LA    67     Court Convened at:    8:30 AM    7/8/2015

Honorable David Cunningham
S.L. Williams , Deputy County Clerk     R. Hoffman , Deputy Sheriff 
S. Baker, CSR 9249 , Reporter

BP122665       1038     THELSEY L. FULLER TRUST DATED JULY 23, 2008  
Trust Proceedings
DETRM ENTITLEMENT TO ESTATE
Petitioner(s): Davis, Tala R., Esq  
Attorney(s):  
Continuance Number: 3     Continuance From: Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Last Date Changed: Monday, June 22, 2015 9:39:58 AM
Last Note Changed By: SSAITO

To clear probate notes "filed documents" must be submitted to Rm 429, within time frames set forth in Rule 4.4 (b) of LASC Rules. You may contact the Probate Attorney or Probate Examiner whose E-Mail address appears at the end of these notes, subject to compliance with all conditions governing the use of Interactive E-Mail. E-mail Rules are available on the Court's web site at www.LACourt.org.

FILED 9/11/14

PRIOR ORDERS 5/27/15 cont for TSC 3/23/15 cont.1/8/15 cont

DECD TRUSTOR'S INTESTATE PROBATE ESTATE IS AT BP118616- DAVID LAVIN IS ADMIN THERE-TERMINATED

RELATED CONSERVATORSHIP OF SPOUSE OF DECD TRUSTOR EDWINA FULLER AT BP099211 ORDERS ISSUED THERE ARE DIRECTED TO THIS TRUST

FINAL ACCT OF PATRICK BARNETT APPROVED 10/14/14

SUMMARY
petnr is interim trustee per prior order
Patrick Barnett was trustee- bond $350,000

3rd supp filed 5/18/15

2nd supp filed 3/18/15
supp filed 1/6/15

FACTS petnr alleges that Robert Fuller and Dolores Fuller were found to have unduly influence decd trustor, alleges
thay have lost appeal, Remitttitur filed 10/30/14

MATTERS TO CLEAR

A No ntc aff parties-ntc filed 10/21/14 served by petnr is invalid-Notice of continuance filed 4/2/15

new note:
B Appears determination of who are decd's issue should be made in probate estate at BP118616-but per supp that estate was terminated? alleges 5 children of decd trustor survived

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OBJECTIONS FILED BY ROBERT FULLER AND DORIS FULLER
FILED 1/5/15
ATTY FOR OBJECTORS MARSHALL OLDMAN

svd 1/2/15

alleges all conditions required by PC259(a) for application of PC259(c) are not present; requests denial of petn
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RELIEF

1. JTD order pursuant to Probate Code 259(a) that Robert Fuller and Doris Fuller are deemed to have predeceased Decedent
2. JTD order pursuant to Probate Code 259(c) that Robert Fullerand Doris Fuller shall not receive any property, damages or costs to the extent of the judgment against them in the amount of $292,820.66 plus any further accrued interest;
3. JTD order Robert Fuller's and Doris Fuller's respective shares of the trust estate be applied to any property, damages or costs to the extent of the judgment against them in the amount of $292,820.66? plus any further accrued interest;
4. JTD attorney fees and costs
5JTD OBJECTIONS OF ROBERT FULLER AND DORIS FULLER

PA COMMENTS; proper service required

SSaito@lacourt,org
SS 1/7 3/20 5/21 6/22

RECOMMENDED DISPOSITION:
RELATED ITEMS: 1034-1037
Order to be Prepared By     Clerk:     Attorney: 

21 June 2015

$107,692.30 - Steven Fuller's deception


The California Department of Health had a lien on the Estate of Edwina Fuller; Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles Case # BP 135381.

The judge would not allow me to ask a simple question during the hearing of June 16, 2015.

All I wanted to know or have explained to me is how Carol, Sandra and Robert submitted waivers to the State Dept. of Health in regards to the $72,619.59 lien, in which the state released said lien because all mentioned above are disabled and in order that they would realize an inheritance from their mother, Edwina Fuller.

I don't believe that the release of the lien by the state was meant to facilitate the savaging of the estate by Steven Fuller but, instead so that ALL of Edwina Fuller's issue could obtain a portion of their mother's estate.

I am at a lost being that it was made abundantly clear to me by the Court that I do not, did not have a right to petition the government for grievances or to be heard on behalf of my mother.

Atty. Randall and Steven Fuller did not account for the $107,692.30 to the Court until pressed - an accounting which was not and has not been forwarded to the author as of this writing which I am entitled too.

Without the release of the lien the estate would have been worth a mere $35,072.71 and not nearly enough for Steven Fuller and his various attorneys to enrich themselves.

More to come....

Veritas Semper Fidelis


15 June 2015

Today, June 15, 2015 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day


As I See It: Shed light on elder abuse
By Dianne Sandman


Elder Abuse Awareness Day is a great time to familiarize yourself with the signs of elder abuse, learn about the services available to elders and to share this information with elders. Most of all, Elder Abuse Awareness Day is a great time to reflect on how we can all offer friendship and support to the seniors in our area. The elders in our communities have spent their lives being productive citizens, helping to make these communities the wonderful places they are today. They deserve to spend their golden years in safety with dignity and respect.
For more information about the signs of elder abuse, please go to the National Center on Elder Abuse at http://www.ncea.aoa.gov/Stop_Abuse/Get_Help/index.aspx.

09 June 2015

Missing $107,692.30, Probate Case BP 135 381


I did not fail in my fiduciary duties to properly account for and report to the Court monies paid to the Estate of Edwina Fuller to wit $107,692.30 which was paid to the Estate of Edwina Fuller by the Thelsey L. Fuller Trust - BP 122 665 nor am I the Administrator of the Estate of Edwina Fuller. 

I did however ask the administrator, Steven A. Fuller and his attorney Teddie J. Randall to account for the $107,692.30 as early as October 2014, which they failed to perform. 

I have asked them for all of the bank statements in regards to the Estate of Edwina Fuller which they have also failed to perform.

Please note:

08/15/2013 Creditor's Claim ($690.40 )
Filed by Claimant

08/14/2013 Creditor's Claim ($72,001.19 )
Filed by Claimant

The line items above are from the case summary BP 135 381, Fuller, Edwina - Decedent.

The two liens above totaling $72,691.59 were filed against the Estate of Edwina Fuller in the Superior Court of California for the County of Los Angeles in the Probate Department by the DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES.

Three of the beneficiaries of the Estate of Edwina Fuller, all disabled and all over three score years and ten, filed waivers with the Department of Health Care Services in order for the State to release the lien noted above against the Estate of Edwina Fuller.

The Department of Health Care Services did not release its lien so that Steven A. Fuller could realize a monetary advantage over his siblings or for him to be able to enrich himself. 

But, instead so that the offspring of Edwina Fuller could realize an inheritance from their mother as written into law in the State of California.

That said, I will no longer entertain Steven A. Fuller's delusional rants, threatening text messages and email attacks.

I am 3,000 miles away and my mother is dependent upon him. 

It must be noted that the Superior Court of California is a party to the cases noted above.

Suspect Stole Over Half A Million Dollars
















Police said that after examining Mele's bank records, it was discovered that Mele had used the victim's funds for his own personal expenses such as entertainment, gambling, and travel.


In other news.... 

The Superior Court of California
 County of Los Angeles
Central District

    Case BP135381      FULLER, EDWINA - DECEDENT   

"B. What happened to check in the sum of $107,692.30 dtd 9/29/14 delivered to petnr as conservator of the person and estate of Edwina Fuller from the Thelsey L. Fuller Trust?"

It's been noted that Steven Fuller AKA Steven A. Fuller has been traveling around the nation.

Where has this check been accounted for?

It hasn't been accounted for, it's gone and it's long past time for some answers from the perps.

Click on image to enlarge.




06 June 2015

"What happened to check in the sum of $107,692.30 dated 9/29/14?"


Department    LA    5     Court Convened at:    8:30 AM    6/16/2015

Honorable Maria E. Stratton
D. Gonzalez , Deputy County Clerk     L. Ruiz , Deputy Sheriff 
C. Peters, CSR 5667 , Reporter

BP135381       1014     FULLER, EDWINA - DECEDENT     
Letters of Administr  
FNL ACT/FEES/EXTRA FEES & DIST
Petitioner(s): Fuller, Steven  
Attorney(s): Randall, Teddie J., Esq.  
Continuance Number:     Continuance From:
Last Date Changed: Tuesday, June 02, 2015 10:29:16 AM
Last Note Changed By: MOSBORNE

To clear probate notes "filed documents" must be submitted to Rm 429, within time frames set forth in Rule 4.4 (b) of LASC Rules. You may contact the Probate Attorney or Probate Examiner whose E-Mail address appears at the end of these notes, subject to compliance with all conditions governing the use of Interactive E-Mail. E-mail Rules are available on the Court's web site at www.LACourt.org.

Petition filed 3/3/15

SUMMARY: 
Petnr is decd's son/admr Ltrs 3/6/13 D/D 6/2/12
1st & Final Acct 6/2/12 to 2/28/15
[Assets on hand $21,82087 - cash only]

OTHER CASES: Thelsey L. Fuller Trust dtd 7/23/2008 at BP122665 (Said trust was other owner of 50% interest in R/P located at 1916 Belhaven Avenue, Los Angeles, CA that was sold herein) - next hrg set for 7/8/15; Decd's cshp previously in BP099211; Estate of decd trustor Thelsey L. Fuller at BP118616 (terminated per 5/17/12 minute order)

MATTERS TO CLEAR: 
A. Disbursement schedule incomplete - each entry must describe the nature or purpose of the disbursement (e.g., what do disbursements to One United for monthly fee represent?) - see Probate Code section 1062(b) - supp reqd
B. What happened to check in the sum of $107,692.30 dtd 9/29/14 delivered to petnr as conservator of the person and estate of Edwina Fuller from the Thelsey L. Fuller Trust? Where has this check been accounted for? - supp reqd
C. Has petnr been finally discharged as consr in the Edwina Fuller cshp? No mandatory judicial council from DE-295/GC-395 ex parte petition for final discharge and order entered in the cshp proceeding - supp reqd

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Disbarment due to Default


Dispositions in the State Bar Court Hearing Department
Filed Between 5/1/2015 and 5/31/2015

5/26/2015 Lak, Daniel Kristof h 216983 13-O-16490 Decision

http://www.statebarcourt.ca.gov/Portals/2/documents/rpt_SBCDispositions_rev_201505.pdf


27 May 2015

June 15th is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2015


Elder abuse a 'huge, expensive and lethal' problem for states

WASHINGTON -- We know that victims of elder abuse tend to be socially isolated, physically weakened and struggling to maintain their independence. They are reliant on family, friends or caregivers who violate their trust.
What we don't know, because elder abuse is underreported, is how big the problem really is.
There are no official national statistics on how many older people are mistreated physically, emotionally or financially. Definitions and methods of addressing the issue differ state to state, and even county to county. Nor is there a dedicated stream of federal dollars for Adult Protective Services (APS) agencies, which most states rely on to combat elder abuse. Each state has cobbled together its own funding and bureaucracy.
Nevertheless, advocates and officials say there is little doubt the problem is growing, driven in large part by the tremendous growth in the elderly population. 

THEIRS: Elder abuse becoming costly problem

When the wrong people have access to a vulnerable adult’s money, bad things can happen.
Those things, which fall under the category of financial exploitation, are only expected to increase as the population grows older. Many people hope to age at home, which could leave them hidden and particularly susceptible to mistreatment.

Casey Kasem's widow won't face elder abuse charges

(CNN)Citing insufficient evidence, Los Angeles County prosecutors declined to file elder abuse charges against the widow of iconic radio host Casey Kasem.
The district attorney's office said on a charge evaluation sheet given to the media Friday that Jean Kasem tried to ensure that her husband was continuously provided medical care.
A potential elder abuse charge would be impossible to prove in a criminal court, the document said.
The district attorney's office said it talked over its decision with Los Angeles police, who took over the case from their Santa Monica counterparts. LAPD agreed with the decision, according to the document. [No surprise there.]

Agency on Aging encourages awareness of elder abuse

Each year, an estimated 1 to 2 million older adults face injury, exploitation, or other mistreatment in the U.S. in the form of financial, physical, sexual, or emotional abuse or neglect, According to the National Council on Elder Abuse. Estimates show that only one in every 14 incidents of abuse or neglect are ever brought to the attention of law enforcement or elder abuse specialists. 



Daniel Kristof Lak, disbarred


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22 May 2015

Keep this Tip Sheet handy: Learn to recognize the signs of Elder Abuse



Recognizing abuse, which occurs across all socio-economic levels, is vital to protecting the ever-increasing number of seniors.


  • Watch for a sudden appearance of physical injuries such as bruises and sprains
  • Stay alert to a change in finances
  • Identify changes in behaviour or appearance
  • Watch for 'new' suspicious relationships
  • Any of the above could be signs of abuse. In an emergency situation, it's crucial to immediately call the police.


According to the Advocacy Centre for the Elderly (ACE), elder abuse includes:


  • Physical abuse such as slapping, pushing, beating or forced confinement
  • Financial abuse such as stealing, fraud, extortion or misusing a power of attorney
  • Sexual abuse as sexual assault or any unwanted form of sexual activity
  • Neglect as failing to give an older person in your care food, medical attention, or other necessary care or abandoning an older person in your care
  • Emotional abuse such as treating an older person like a child or humiliating, insulting, frightening, threatening or ignoring an older person


Learn to Recognize the Signs of Elder Abuse
SOURCE HomEquity Bank


13 May 2015

EXPECT ELDER ABUSE TO BECOME MORE COMMON, MORE PREVALENT


Elder abuse experts: Expect more cases like this one in Bethesda

To Montgomery County detectives, the care that James Kirkland provided to his 87-year-old mother — who had pressure ulcers so severe that her spine was exposed — amounted to felony abuse of a vulnerable adult.

According to arrest records, Kirkland’s mother arrived by ambulance at Suburban Hospital on Friday. She was found to have large pressure ulcers on her back and legs. Social workers and detectives were summoned.

“Hospital staff stated these wounds were packed with newspaper and a powdery substance,” police wrote in charging documents. “When the staff removed the newspaper from the area, the victim’s spine could be seen. Furthermore, on both of [the victim’s] feet were compression socks that were on her for such a long period of time that they were fused to her feet. Both socks had to be removed surgically.”

Read the article: Elder Abuse Experts


03 May 2015

How does one charge their mother for rent, food and utilities after she's had a stroke?


We don't know, you'd need to ask him.  Keep in mind, dude had all of his mother's resources at his disposal.  Dude did not have an agreement with anyone written or otherwise to be paid or reimbursed for voluntarily taking care of his mother!!!
Now this:
Homeless man in shed illustrates Charlotte’s toughest cases






[snip]
“She’s an African-American woman, educated and works a 9-to-5 job in the corporate sector. He’s an older white male with limited education, who grew up impoverished,” she said. “Their friendship seems to erase lines between race, class and gender in a way that is powerful.”
Pierce and Robinson first met when she was attending church at Community Outreach Christian Ministries, which was then working with the Harvest Center to house up to 20 homeless people. Pierce was in that housing program, but he was kicked out five times because of his drinking, she says.
“There is something about Bear, an almost childlike innocence that makes you want to help him,” she says. “That innocence got him taken advantage of a lot on the streets.”
Robinson’s friends say she has a reputation for bold acts of kindness, but many were surprised to learn she was allowing a homeless man to live on her property. 







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25 April 2015

List of Attorneys, LASC BP099211; BP118616; BP122665; BP135381


Steven A. Fuller's attorneys are in blue.

They were brought on board as a result of the actions of Steven A. Fuller in order to obtain MONEY! from his mother, Edwina J. Fuller and his step-father Thelsey L. Fuller.

Steven A. Fuller had 15 months to depose or have Thelsey L. Fuller placed on the witness-stand which he and his attorney, Sandra Jones Anderson at the time, failed to perform.

It must be noted that Steven A. Fuller desired and attempted to remove Atty. Tala R. Davis as Successor Trustee of the Thelsey L. Fuller Trust because she wouldn't do what he wanted her to do.

Atty. Barnitt and Atty. Fitzgerald assisted in the selling of 1916 N. Belhaven Ave below fair market value while Atty. Barnitt was the Successor Trustee. 

That Steven A. Fuller consulted with Atty. Randall on how to remove Atty. Barnitt being that he was not moving fast enough to sell 8625 S. 12th Ave below far market value.


















That was thwarted by a complaint against Atty. Barnitt and Atty. Fitzgerald with the California State Bar.

A complaint with the California State Bar has been filed against Teddie J. Randall for his actions, in-actions and omissions. 

The real estate was sold that the various attorneys of Steven Fuller AKA Steven A. Fuller could be paid and so that Steven A. Fuller could realize a pecuniary advantage over his siblings.

$107.692.30 belonging to the Estate of Edwina J. Fuller has not been accounted for by Steven A. Fuller or his attorney, Teddie J. Randall.


CASE SUMMARY
Case Number:  BP099211
FULLER, EDWINA - CONSERVATORSHIP
Filing Date:  06/29/2006
Case Type:  Conservatorship-Pers & Estate (General Jurisdiction)
Status:  Other Judgment 10/04/2006

Future Hearings

None
Documents Filed | Proceeding Information


Parties
ANDERSON SANDRA JONES - Petitioner
ANDERSON SANDRA JONES ATTORNEY AT LAW - Attorney for Petitioner
ARNOLD SANDRA - Petitioner
BARRINGTON BETTY G. ESQ. - Attorney for Petitioner
BURRELL SYBIL YVONNE ESQ. - Attorney for Petitioner
FULLER DORIS - Objector
FULLER EDWINA - Subject Person
FULLER ROBERT - Petitioner
FULLER STEVEN A. - Petitioner
FULLER THELSEY L. - Respondent
GREBE SIBYLLE ESQ. - PVP Attorney
IN PRO PER - Attorney for Petitioner
LAK DANIEL K. - Attorney for Petitioner
MARTIN ANTHONY P. ATTORNEY AT LAW - Attorney for Petitioner
OLDMAN MARSHAL A. ESQ. - Attorney for Objector
PALERMO CATHERINE J. - Probate Referee
RANDALL TEDDIE J. ESQ. - Attorney for Objector
RITCHEY SHIRLEY - Objector
SUPERIOR COURT - Court




CASE SUMMARY
Case Number:  BP118616
FULLER, THELSEY L. - DECEDENT
Filing Date:  09/15/2009
Case Type:  Letters of Administration (General Jurisdiction)
Status:  Pending

Future Hearings

None
Documents Filed | Proceeding Information


Parties
AMERICAN CONTRACTORS INDEMNITY COMPANY - Surety Company
FULLER STEVEN A. - Petitioner
FULLER THELSEY L. - Subject Person
IN PRO PER - Attorney for Petitioner
KALFAYAN LAWRENCE J. – Attorney for Petitioner
LEADER LEE W. – Probate Referee
LEWIN DAVID – Petitioner [Steven A. Fuller’s friend]
SUPERIOR COURT – Court




CASE SUMMARY
Case Number:  BP122665
THELSEY L. FULLER TRUST DATED JULY 23, 2008
Filing Date:  05/18/2010
Case Type:  Trust Proceedings (General Jurisdiction)
Status:  Pending

Future Hearings

05/27/2015 at 08:30 am in department 67 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
DETRM ENTITLEMENT TO ESTATE

05/27/2015 at 08:30 am in department 67 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
APPROVAL - SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT

05/27/2015 at 08:30 am in department 67 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
COMPEL ACCOUNTING(petn to approv settlement to befiled by 4/2/15objs to approv settlement to befiled nlt 5/1/15)

05/27/2015 at 08:30 am in department 67 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
ALLOWANCE OF FEES

05/27/2015 at 08:30 am in department 67 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
FINAL ACCOUNT & FEES(petn to approv settlemtn to befiled by 4/2/15; obj to petn toapprove to be filed nlt 5/1/15)

10/20/2015 at 08:30 am in department 67 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE - PROBATE(RE: SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE'S ACCNTG)

Documents Filed | Proceeding Information


Parties
Click on any of the below link(s) to see names that begin with the letter indicated:
A - S   U - U
ARNOLD SANDRA - Petitioner
BARNITT PATRICK - Petitioner
BARRINGTON BETTY G. ESQ. - Attorney for Petitioner
BURRELL SYBIL YVONNE ESQ. - Attorney for Petitioner
DAVIS TALA R. ESQ - Petitioner in Pro Per
EDMONDSON JOSHUA ESQ - Attorney for Petitioner
FITZGERALD JEANNE M. - Attorney for Trustee
FULLER DORIS - Respondent
FULLER ROBERT - Respondent
FULLER STEVEN - Petitioner
FULLER THELSEY L. - Subject Person
HUTCHINSON ROBERT F. - Probate Referee
IN PRO PER - Attorney for Petitioner
JEN JERRY J. ESQ. - Attorney for Creditor
LAK DANIEL K. - Attorney for Respondent
OLDMAN MARSHAL A. ESQ. - Attorney for Respondent
RANDALL TEDDIE J. ESQ. - Attorney for Petitioner
RITCHEY SHIRLEY - Petitioner
SETLICH JOHN R. ESQ. - Attorney for Petitioner
SUPERIOR COURT - Court
Click on any of the below link(s) to see names that begin with the letter indicated:
TOP   A - S   U - U
U.S. SPECIALTY INSURANCE COMPANY - Surety Company
Click on any of the below link(s) to see names that begin with the letter indicated:
TOP   A - S   U - U



CASE SUMMARY
Case Number:  BP135381
FULLER, EDWINA - DECEDENT
Filing Date:  06/27/2012
Case Type:  Letters of Administration (General Jurisdiction)
Status:  Pending

Future Hearings

06/16/2015 at 08:30 am in department 5 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
FNL ACT/FEES/EXTRA FEES & DIST

Documents Filed | Proceeding Information


Parties
BURRELL SYBIL YVONNE - Petitioner in Pro Per
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES - Claimant
FULLER DORIS - Petitioner
FULLER EDWINA - Subject Person
FULLER ROBERT - Objector
FULLER STEVEN - Petitioner
FULLER STEVEN A. - Claimant
GARRETT JOE - Interested Party
GEORGE WILLIAM - Probate Referee
IN PRO PER - Attorney for Petitioner
LAK DANIEL K. ESQ. - Attorney for Objector
MARTIN ANTHONY P. - Attorney for Objector
OLDMAN MARSHAL A. ESQ. - Attorney for Petitioner
RANDALL TEDDIE J. ESQ. - Attorney for Petitioner
RITCHEY SHIRLEY CAROL - Objector
SUPERIOR COURT - Court
U.S. SPECIALTY INSURANCE COMPANY - Surety Company


21 April 2015

Ten Thousand More Potential Victims a Day, says Prosecutor
















As more of America’s “Baby Boomers” turn 65, the problem of senior citizen abuse in all its forms becomes a greater concern, Gloucester County Prosecutor Sean F. Dalton told a group of 60 law enforcement, health care and financial services officials and advocates for the elderly.
“This problem is only going to increase as Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964) become senior citizens,” Prosecutor Dalton said in a meeting at Auletto Caterers in Deptford NJ. “There’s ten thousand people a day who reach the age of 65 in the United States, and that trend will continue for the next 15 years.
“As a result, we need to focus more on this problem. It’s very similar to the issue of domestic violence or child abuse maybe 30 years ago, when it was looked upon as more of a family problem. Now it’s recognized for the crime that it is. I think elder abuse is going to be viewed similarly in the days to come.”
Generally, elder abuse is a challenging crime to prosecute because of the nature of the victim, Dalton said. “You’re typically dealing with an individual who has diminished capacity, which makes them especially vulnerable to be victimized.”
The risks to seniors come not only from con men who are strangers, but also from trusted people in their own homes, said Prosecutor Dalton.
“We certainly aren’t surprised by the number of scam artists, but the number of caregivers and relatives who engage in this despicable behavior is really terrible.”
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Financial elder abuse a growing issue, Sheriff’s Dept. says






18 April 2015

MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! .... MONEY!


King James Bible

For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.



Now the question begs....

How does one charge their mother for anything?

Ea$y, wait until she dies and file a unsubstantiated creditor's claim against her estate then pull the amount that you want out of thin air.

Keep in mind, that you had what little MONEY! she had at your disposal and used it how you saw fit while she was alive.

Yeah, and tax payers paid you to take care of her too via in home care services.

Why should you care?

You don't, you're a swindler.







16 April 2015

Elder Abuse Blog


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Elder abuse happens all over the world.

Elder abuse is a crime!

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