by Duluth News Tribune
October 20, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
In career and life, Jeno Paulucci never shied from conflict. Perhaps it shouldn’t be surprising that he continues to provoke fights, even in death.
Tags: Business, courts 1 Comment »
I smelled a rat as I had expected some bequests to emerge following their deaths and there’s been nothing but silence. Bloodsucking lawyers,,, a by-product of our legal system which has been utterly co-opted to the service and benevolence of lawyers and the legal professions. It is time we wrested control and paired down the statutes, stripped the laws down and stopped tacking more and more onto the laws. How are the police supposed to do their jobs if they can’t even understand all the loopholes and so forth. The loopholes and contradictory legislation is a banquet for the lawyers to feast on. I ought to know. I was screwed by the law in an acrimonious legal dispute over guardianship, inheritance, power of attorney.
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