17 November 2015
10 November 2015
VIENNA - An Austrian 85-year-old cut up into tiny pieces almost a million euros ($1.1-million) in an apparent attempt to spite her heirs, authorities said on Thursday.
After the woman died in a retirement home, the 950,000 euros as well as savings accounts books were found shredded on her bed, prosecutors said.
State prosecutor Erich Habitzl confirmed the discovery -- first reported in the Kurier daily -- but said that there was nothing he could do for the relatives.
Good for her!
08 November 2015
It appears that Steven A. Fuller moved against his step-father, Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller, in the various court cases to secure half of all of Thelsey's assets....
In June 2006, Steven filed a petition for conservatorship of Edwina and her estate. Edwina had lived with him since 1999, and before that time, she lived at the Belhaven property.
The court appointed him conservator of her and her estate in February 2007.
In May 2008, Steven filed a petition to determine title to real property in the conservatorship action.
The petition alleged that in 1968, while still married to Edwina, Thelsey took community property funds and purchased the 12th Avenue property with Odessa.
Odessa quit claimed her interest in the 12th Avenue property to Thelsey before her death in 2003.
Steven was seeking a determination that a one-half interest in title to the 12th Avenue property was vested in him....
He also wanted the court to determine that he held a one-half interest in title to the Belhaven property....
It must be noted that Daniel Kristof Lak - #216983 the former attorney for Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller has been disbarred for various violations of California Rules of Court.
Daniel Kristof Lak made several fatal errors in his representation of Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller and in the several documents he prepared on behalf of his clients.
Ten complaints are currently pending against the former attorney.
Steven also savaged the Estate of Edwina Fuller and refused to share any of those proceeds with his siblings.
We regress, Steven and his attorney Teddie J. Randall got a way with it and the Court signed off on it.