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.
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.