23 August 2011
CALIFORNIA CODES PENAL CODE SECTION 118-131
CALIFORNIA CODES PENAL CODE SECTION 182
CALIFORNIA CODES PENAL CODE SECTION 211-215
CALIFORNIA CODES PENAL CODE SECTION 470-483.5
CALIFORNIA CODES PENAL CODE SECTION 503-515
CALIFORNIA CODES CIVIL CODE SECTION 1708-1725
CALIFORNIA CODES WELFARE AND INSTITUTIONS CODE SECTION 15610-15610.65
CONSERVATOR'S PETITION TO JOIN
ROBERT L. FULLER, AS AN INDIVIDUAL
AND AS TRUSTEE OF THE THELSEY S.
FULLER [SIC] TRUST, DORIS FULLER
PRUSANT TO PROBATE CODE 855,856.
AND 859, AND JOIN DAVID LEWIN,
ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF
THELSEY L. FULLER TO PETITION TO
DETERMINE TITLE UNDER Probate Code
850 FILED MAY 12, 2008
An action brought under this part may include claims, causes
of action, or matters that are normally raised in a civil action to
the extent that the matters are related factually to the subject
matter of a petition filed under this part.
Except as provided in Sections 853 and 854, if the court is
satisfied that a conveyance, transfer, or other order should be made,
the court shall make an order authorizing and directing the personal
representative or other fiduciary, or the person having title to or
possession of the property, to execute a conveyance or transfer to
the person entitled thereto, or granting other appropriate relief.
If a court finds that a person has in bad faith wrongfully
taken, concealed, or disposed of property belonging to the estate of
a decedent, conservatee, minor, or trust, the person shall be liable
for twice the value of the property recovered by an action under this
part. The remedy provided in this section shall be in addition to
any other remedies available in law to a trustee, guardian or
conservator, or personal representative or other successor in
interest of a decedent.
Mrs. Edwina J. Fuller turned 94-years-old on Saturday, 20 August 2011.
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17 August 2011
A caretaker is accused of skimming money from a 100 year old woman. And that woman is her own grandmother. The losses topped 10-grand in just a few months.
Lynda Hutcheson moved in with her mother and 100 year old grandmother in April, deputies say, and started stealing money from her grandmother within just a few weeks.
Hutcheson is now in jail facing more than three dozen felonies for it.
"I think they ought to keep her in jail. That's where she needs to be," said Deborah Hampton.
"A person who will cheat an elderly person should be put away for the maximum time the law will allow," Wayne Morgan said.
Hutcheson is facing more than 40 felonies
15 August 2011
In September 2006, Goddard purchased four parcels of land (located in northwest Las Vegas) where he planned to build residential homes. Goddard arranged a $1 million construction loan through the Bank and the parties secured the loan’s promissory note (the “Note”) on the parcels’ deed of trust. In September 2007, Goddard modified his loan with the Bank extending the maturity date until September 2008. Prior to the new maturity date, Goddard anticipated he would be unable to meet the loan obligations and sought another extension from the Bank. This time however, the parties could not reach an agreement to extend the loan’s maturity date and the Bank promptly commenced the non-judicial foreclosure process upon default.
The Note provided the Bank with certain rights upon default including state law remedies against the Note’s security, attorney’s fees, and costs. On October 13, 2008, the Bank filed a Notice of Default on the property. On January 16, 2009, the Bank filed a Notice of Trustee Sale, and the next month it acquired title to Goddard’s property as the result of a successful bid for $382,500. In its motion, the Bank claims that Goddard now owes $503,142.80 on the Note. ($399,184.94 principle, $93,952.87 interest, and $9,999 late fees)
Goddard hired a California attorney, Daniel K. Lak, to represent him after his unsuccessful attempts to obtain the second loan modification. On January 29, 2009, Lak recorded a lis pendens on the parcels. Despite recording the lis pendens, Lak had not filed an action related to the property in a Nevada court—a violation of Nevada law.
Although the lis pendens referenced a pending lawsuit in the Central District of California, that suit was not filed until late March 2009—well over one month after the lis pendens was filed—and that case was later dismissed.
SEE ALSO: July 25, 2011 191 ORDER granting 190 Motion for Voluntary Dismissal of the Slander of Title Cause of Action Pursuant to Rule 41(a)(2).
Mr. Goddard, still faces litigation. . .
DAMN! DAMN! DAMN! DAMN! DAMN!
13 August 2011
Mickey Rooney fought back . . . he's still alive and has most if not all of his money.
Thelsey was isolated and swindled by his abusers, the estate is laid waste.
Thelsey succumbed to his abuse on 26 AUG 2009.
Edwina is in the care of the widow's sons, she will be 94-years-old on 20 AUG 2011.
ELDER ABUSE, WHO DIDN'T I TELL?
Los Angeles County Superior Court
BP099211; BP118616; BP122665
Now, according to a report by the County of Los Angeles, Civil Grand Jury, titled FINAL REPORT 2008-2009 CIVIL GRAND JURY, ON THE HORIZON: THE SENIOR TSUNAMI An Investigation of Elder Abuse Prevention Services and Programs -- Los Angeles County has nothing in place to actually tackle this type of problem. [It's window dressing and lip service for consumption by the dumbed down mAsses.]
ON THE HORIZON: THE SENIOR TSUNAMI
An Investigation of Elder Abuse Prevention Services and Programs………. 291
12 August 2011
The 64-year-old Lancaster amputee depended on his personal care aide to help him bathe, dress and fix nutritious meals.
But instead, police allege, the aide abused her patient's vulnerability and trust, neglecting him so badly that he developed skin ulcers deep enough to reach his muscle and bone.
When the man finally checked into a local hospital, doctors found severe wounds on his leg, foot, back and genitals. He eventually lost his right leg to amputation.
The former aide, Mary Lou Robinson, is charged with neglect and reckless endangerment.
The case marks the start of a stepped-up effort to fight an epidemic of elder abuse that is unreported and unpunished, Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman said.
"People don't want to think about this. They don't want to talk about it," he said. "That's part of the problem."
Experts say neglect, financial exploitation, and physical and sexual abuse of older adults is widespread . . .
10 August 2011
Follow this script, but not necessarily in this order. . . have the elder give you power of attorney over his or her affairs. Find an attorney that will knowingly and willfully violate state law for his or her pecuniary advantage. Draw up the elder's trust in your favor, eliminate everyone but yourself. Break the Joint Tenancy, take all of the elder's money and assets.
Once that is all done, place the elder in a convalescent hospital against their will and pray that with the help of the medical insurer, no other person can contact your victim for the rest of their lives.
Oh, and count on the fact that nothing is in place to combat your actions and or too hold you accountable for what you have done to your victims.
In a nutshell, protect yourself at all times and make yourself aware of the signs and symptoms of elder abuse, financial elder abuse, as one day you may find yourself on the verge of becoming a victim. God forbid.
On behalf of Mrs. Edwina J. Fuller 08/20/1917
& Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller* 06/03/1917 - 08/26/09
*Thelsey was alive when the authorities were notified.
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07 August 2011
19 BY MR. LAK
20 Q IS IT YOUR TESTIMONY THAT YOUR FATHER CAME TO
21 LIVE WITH YOU APPROXIMATELY MAY OF 2008?
22 A YES. I'M NOT EXACTLY SURE. IT WAS -- I THOUGHT
23 IT WAS THE END OF APRIL, BUT IT COULD HAVE BEEN AROUND THE
24 FIRST OF MAY. I'M JUST NOT POSITIVE.
25 Q WHY WAS YOUR HOUSE CHOSEN FOR YOUR FATHER TO GO
26 LIVE AT?
27 A I'D JUST SAY I WAS BETTER ABLE TO TAKE CARE OF
28 MY FATHER.
19 BY MR. LAK
20 Q WAS YOUR FATHER -- IS IT YOUR TESTIMONY THAT
21 YOUR FATHER WAS PHYSICALLY RELIANT UPON YOU FOR MEALS AND
23 A YES, I COOKED FOR HIM. I DIDN'T BATHE HIM.
24 Q DID THE NURSES BATHE HIM?
25 A YES.
26 Q SO HE NEEDED HELP PHYSICALLY?
27 A YES.
28 Q OKAY.
1 Q DID HE NEED HELP MENTALLY?
2 A NO.
3 Q SO, WAS HE SHARP?
4 A UH-HUH.
5 THE COURT: YES?
6 THE WITNESS: YES. I'M SORRY, I'M SORRY.
7 BY MR. LAK
8 Q WOULD YOU CONSIDER YOUR FATHER TO HAVE KNOWN WHO
9 HE WAS?
10 A YES.
11 Q DID HE KNOW THAT HE HAD FIVE CHILDREN?
12 A YES.
13 Q DID HE KNOW THAT HE OWNED A HOUSE AND SOME BANK
15 A YES.
16 Q IS THERE ANY REASON TO BELIEVE THAT YOUR FATHER
17 WAS NOT -- OR ANY REASON TO BELIEVE THAT YOUR FATHER WAS
18 MENTALLY DEFICIENT FOR ANY REASON WHATSOEVER?
19 A NO.
20 Q OKAY.
1 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
2 FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
DEPARTMENT CE-99 HON. MARVIN M. LAGER, JUDGE
IN RE THE MATTERS OF )
7 THELSEY L. FULLER TRUST ) CASE NOS. BP 122665
AND ) BP 099211
8 EDWINA FULLER CONSERVATORSHIP )
REPORTER'S TRANSCRIPT OF PROCEEDINGS
MONDAY, MAY 23, 2011
13TESTIMONY OF DORIS FULLER
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"Resident has fluctuating capacity to understand and make decisions."
Commitment To Daddy, Before & After
Town & Country Bank v. Goddard et al
Share Plaintiff: Town & Country Bank
Defendants: Brian Goddard and Daniel K. Lak
Case Number: 2:2009cv00686
Filed: April 16, 2009
Court: Nevada District Court
05 August 2011
"Over the years I've been privy to plenty of horrible cash and credit attitudes and behaviors. Some of the worst concerns what people have done to their own parents or elderly relatives. Evil stuff. In fact, elderly financial abuse is shockingly common - and if you are getting on in years or know someone who is, it's really important to know the signs as well as what you can do to prevent and recover from it.
Here's my report that came out today on Creditcards.com:
How to detect and prevent elderly financial abuse
Tragically, some nefarious souls take economic advantage of older relatives who are in compromised physical, emotional or mental positions. Whether you're a senior citizen or have one in your life, it is important to know what financial elderly abuse is all about, and how you can prevent and recover from it."
Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/esandberg/detail?entry_id=94671#ixzz1U9NjMSOt