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The Estate Discussion (Court stuff) - Continues Here .........

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Reply #1 posted 09/11/21 9:20pm

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Looks like Comerica is looking to get Cassaundra Boyd's complaints dismissed.

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Reply #2 posted 09/12/21 1:00am

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Mumio said:

Looks like Comerica is looking to get Cassaundra Boyd's complaints dismissed.


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Reply #3 posted 09/12/21 2:03pm

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Looks like Comerica is looking to get Cassaundra Boyd's complaints dismissed.


We'll miss them...until next time LOL

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Reply #4 posted 09/13/21 11:31am

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Looks like Comerica is looking to get Cassaundra Boyd's complaints dismissed.


I honestly thought things like this would get rejected right off the bat by now. This stuff drives up lawyer fees, every piece of paper that have to submit to get rid of foolish crazy attention seeking crap like this is $$. Maybe that's why the siblings sold. Too much. In the back of my mind I keep thinking the selling was temporary or maybe it that crumb of optimism I refuse to let go.
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Amen onlyforaminute, Somebodys getting paid with those lawyer fees off of mess like this! razz nuts

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Reply #6 posted 09/15/21 5:39pm

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Mumio said:

Looks like Comerica is looking to get Cassaundra Boyd's complaints dismissed.

I honestly thought things like this would get rejected right off the bat by now. This stuff drives up lawyer fees, every piece of paper that have to submit to get rid of foolish crazy attention seeking crap like this is $$. Maybe that's why the siblings sold. Too much. In the back of my mind I keep thinking the selling was temporary or maybe it that crumb of optimism I refuse to let go.


They've dealt with so much of this stuff coming in directly to the court that they probably just have a court clerk whip out a form letter for Eide to sign.

What would *really* take a lot of attorneys' fees is if the estate tried to shut her down; that's what she wants: a countersuit.

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Reply #7 posted 09/15/21 8:13pm

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onlyforaminute said:


Mumio said:

Looks like Comerica is looking to get Cassaundra Boyd's complaints dismissed.



I honestly thought things like this would get rejected right off the bat by now. This stuff drives up lawyer fees, every piece of paper that have to submit to get rid of foolish crazy attention seeking crap like this is $$. Maybe that's why the siblings sold. Too much. In the back of my mind I keep thinking the selling was temporary or maybe it that crumb of optimism I refuse to let go.


They've dealt with so much of this stuff coming in directly to the court that they probably just have a court clerk whip out a form letter for Eide to sign.

What would *really* take a lot of attorneys' fees is if the estate tried to shut her down; that's what she wants: a countersuit.



The files show Comerica had to file something requesting for her claim to be dismissed. Every time they have to file a form they charge for the time it takes to get that done. So I don't think there's a court clerk doing anything like that automatically. This woman keeps filing claims. But since I posted my comment I saw that there can be a filing against the Patrick Swayze estate regarding an unknown child, based on what I've seen so far is still in court. So, I guess inheritance claims can go on indefinitely.

(Was Jason Whittle left an inheritance from Patrick Swayze?
Jason can actually claim some of his late father’s $40 million estates as he is a rightful heir. But Lisa, the wife of the late Patrick Swayze, denies that he has any claim to the inheritance. She states that Jason isn’t really the son of Patrick and therefore has no claim on the actor’s estate. As of March 2021, this is still going through the courts.)
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Reply #8 posted 09/15/21 8:56pm

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onlyforaminute said:

The files show Comerica had to file something requesting for her claim to be dismissed. Every time they have to file a form they charge for the time it takes to get that done. So I don't think there's a court clerk doing anything like that automatically. This woman keeps filing claims. But since I posted my comment I saw that there can be a filing against the Patrick Swayze estate regarding an unknown child, based on what I've seen so far is still in court. So, I guess inheritance claims can go on indefinitely. (Was Jason Whittle left an inheritance from Patrick Swayze? Jason can actually claim some of his late father’s $40 million estates as he is a rightful heir. But Lisa, the wife of the late Patrick Swayze, denies that he has any claim to the inheritance. She states that Jason isn’t really the son of Patrick and therefore has no claim on the actor’s estate. As of March 2021, this is still going through the courts.)

Interesting. Why can't they do a dna test to see if he is his son? Maybe no dna?

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Reply #9 posted 09/16/21 12:06pm

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onlyforaminute said:


The files show Comerica had to file something requesting for her claim to be dismissed. Every time they have to file a form they charge for the time it takes to get that done. So I don't think there's a court clerk doing anything like that automatically. This woman keeps filing claims. But since I posted my comment I saw that there can be a filing against the Patrick Swayze estate regarding an unknown child, based on what I've seen so far is still in court. So, I guess inheritance claims can go on indefinitely. (Was Jason Whittle left an inheritance from Patrick Swayze? Jason can actually claim some of his late father’s $40 million estates as he is a rightful heir. But Lisa, the wife of the late Patrick Swayze, denies that he has any claim to the inheritance. She states that Jason isn’t really the son of Patrick and therefore has no claim on the actor’s estate. As of March 2021, this is still going through the courts.)




Interesting. Why can't they do a dna test to see if he is his son? Maybe no dna?




Based on internet info he did and it showed he is. But I can't verify if that info was reliable.
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Reply #10 posted 09/16/21 3:31pm

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onlyforaminute said:

The files show Comerica had to file something requesting for her claim to be dismissed. Every time they have to file a form they charge for the time it takes to get that done. So I don't think there's a court clerk doing anything like that automatically. This woman keeps filing claims. But since I posted my comment I saw that there can be a filing against the Patrick Swayze estate regarding an unknown child, based on what I've seen so far is still in court. So, I guess inheritance claims can go on indefinitely. (Was Jason Whittle left an inheritance from Patrick Swayze? Jason can actually claim some of his late father’s $40 million estates as he is a rightful heir. But Lisa, the wife of the late Patrick Swayze, denies that he has any claim to the inheritance. She states that Jason isn’t really the son of Patrick and therefore has no claim on the actor’s estate. As of March 2021, this is still going through the courts.)

Interesting. Why can't they do a dna test to see if he is his son? Maybe no dna?

Even IF he is, if the estate has been settled OR the time for filing has passed, he's SOL.

Kinda how they are rejecting Ms Looney Tunes for her late filings to the Prince estate

INSTEAD of saying "we will arrest you for bigamy because he was married to Mayte Garcia at that time".

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Reply #11 posted 09/16/21 3:32pm

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laytonian said:


They've dealt with so much of this stuff coming in directly to the court that they probably just have a court clerk whip out a form letter for Eide to sign.

What would *really* take a lot of attorneys' fees is if the estate tried to shut her down; that's what she wants: a countersuit.

The files show Comerica had to file something requesting for her claim to be dismissed. Every time they have to file a form they charge for the time it takes to get that done. So I don't think there's a court clerk doing anything like that automatically. This woman keeps filing claims. But since I posted my comment I saw that there can be a filing against the Patrick Swayze estate regarding an unknown child, based on what I've seen so far is still in court. So, I guess inheritance claims can go on indefinitely. (Was Jason Whittle left an inheritance from Patrick Swayze? Jason can actually claim some of his late father’s $40 million estates as he is a rightful heir. But Lisa, the wife of the late Patrick Swayze, denies that he has any claim to the inheritance. She states that Jason isn’t really the son of Patrick and therefore has no claim on the actor’s estate. As of March 2021, this is still going through the courts.)


I'm sure Comerica has paralegals whip those out wink

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Reply #12 posted 09/17/21 11:21am

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onlyforaminute said:


laytonian said:



They've dealt with so much of this stuff coming in directly to the court that they probably just have a court clerk whip out a form letter for Eide to sign.

What would *really* take a lot of attorneys' fees is if the estate tried to shut her down; that's what she wants: a countersuit.




The files show Comerica had to file something requesting for her claim to be dismissed. Every time they have to file a form they charge for the time it takes to get that done. So I don't think there's a court clerk doing anything like that automatically. This woman keeps filing claims. But since I posted my comment I saw that there can be a filing against the Patrick Swayze estate regarding an unknown child, based on what I've seen so far is still in court. So, I guess inheritance claims can go on indefinitely. (Was Jason Whittle left an inheritance from Patrick Swayze? Jason can actually claim some of his late father’s $40 million estates as he is a rightful heir. But Lisa, the wife of the late Patrick Swayze, denies that he has any claim to the inheritance. She states that Jason isn’t really the son of Patrick and therefore has no claim on the actor’s estate. As of March 2021, this is still going through the courts.)


I'm sure Comerica has paralegals whip those out wink


Yep. Ever read one of these legal billing breakdowns? They charge for the time of every phone call made, the time to type up every form or letter that needs to be submitted, they charge based on a salary chart on who did the actual work whether it's the lawyer, paralegal, office assistant etc.
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