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Texas: San Antonio Lawyer Sanctioned for Fraudulent Conduct Involving Elderly Millionaire

July 8, 2019 // 0 Comments

“The sanctions order is designed and intended to silence the only people asking for a second medical opinion,” said San Antonio solo practitioner Philip Ross. By Angela Morris | May 30, 2019 at 06:43 PM A San Antonio attorney will appeal a $227,000 sanction in which a probate judge found the lawyer and his clients “participated in a fraud upon this court” by lying and filing groundless pleadings in bad faith during a guardianship proceeding involving an elderly, incapacitated [- more...]

Texas: Millionaire widow loses battle in guardianship struggle with sons

October 3, 2015 // 0 Comments

Note from AAAPG: We think this is a tragic example of how the relationships that develop over years between judges and attorneys who represent their clients in front of that judge, can create gross injustice for the Ward, especially in what should be non-adversarial, judicial administrative proceedings. The client — who typically before going into court has no idea that their attorney has drawn the animosity of the judge — finds out only after it’s too late, that they will [- more...]