Wednesday, November 4, 2009

More From the Land of Gimme and I-Want-Mores!

New EoD article at

Posted: 29 Oct 2009 04:58 PM PDT

In the past, benefiting from an estate was generally a reactive status. More stories are surfacing, however, indicating proactive approaches being used to gain control of estates. Nefarious deeds are nothing new to inheritance tales, but the bold sense of entitlement accompanying today’s acts illustrate America’s further progression into becoming the Land of the Gimme-Gimmes and the Home of the I-Want-Mores. Looking at cases from Ohio, Maryland, Kansas and Florida, the lengths to which people will go to acquire the assets of others literally have no physical or moral bounds.
Read more here.

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