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Ball In Your Court

Arnold, MO

#143 Mar 28, 2014
Relative acting as personal representative under reports assets of decedent's estate by nearly $200,000 and judge demands full accounting or their removal. Another relative challenges process.
An executor is entrusted with responsibility for winding up someone's earthly affairs -- a big or little task, depending on the situation. Essentially, an executor is charged with protecting a deceased person's property until all debts and taxes have been paid, and seeing that what's left is transferred to the people who are entitled to it.
The law does not require an executor (also called a personal representative) to be a legal or financial expert, but it does require the highest degree of honesty, impartiality, and diligence. This is called a "fiduciary duty" -- the duty to act with scrupulous good faith and honesty on behalf of someone else.
Ball In Your Court

Arnold, MO

#144 Mar 28, 2014
One who stepped down from County contract due to their inability to fulfill requirements recently stepped down from another organization due to their inability to adhere to required standards and a penchant to divide rather than unite members.

Arnold, MO

#145 Mar 29, 2014
Linda Van De Wrong wrote:
The Missouri Ethics Commission last week sanctioned an Arnold City Council member for not itemizing $3,650 in campaign contributions stemming from an unsuccessful bid for a Jefferson County Council seat.
Democrat Phil Amato lost the election for the county position in November, but was elected to the Arnold City Council in April to represent the city's third ward.
Amato and his election committee, the Friends of Phil Amato, admitted to not recording the names and addresses of 12 contributors who gave more than $100 each at an Oct. 12 fundraiser, according to Commission documents filed Wednesday.
But the fact that one person knew enough about election law to report this shows they know the law to run their own campaign.
Linda Van De Wrong

Arnold, MO

#146 Mar 29, 2014
The old timer who sees all, knows all knew exactly what he was doing when he took a four hundred dollar cash donation from his treasurer and failed to record the thousands in donations from one single event properly. He wasn't at fault though, he blamed his sister even though he has only been doing this thirty years according to him. Always brags about how knowledgeable he is, right? Please spare me your disdain for the person who turned the crooked bastid in.

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