Eight Years On

Eight years mom.

Today’s soaking rain keeps on.

Keeping on.

Your birthday today,

a gift from your solicitors.

Finalists in the Irish Law Awards 2018.

The clincher…..

For Leinster (incld. Dublin) Property, Planning, Probate Firm/Lawyer of the Year

Dublin Law Firm of The Year

All that fraud in your estate. Ignored by that same same firm.

Backdated/falsified letters from the firm’s Managing Partner & your solicitor/executor. All given the Ok from the firm’s partners, chairwoman, Law Society, Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal,  DPP and Gardai.

On April 16, 2016, I received a letter from the DPP following my complaint against John White, Managing Partner at Beauchamps Solicitors, and Solicitor Joseph Bowe for providing me with backdated/falsified letters to defraud me in Mom’s estate. There is fraud and crimes on her estate, Beauchamps Solicitors partners and chair ignore this. The Law Society, Gardai and DPP have decided ‘not to prosecute.’

According to Section 6 of the Irish Statute –

[http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/eli/2001/act/50/enacted/en/print#sec6] A person who dishonestly, with the intention of making a gain for himself or herself or another, or of causing loss to another, by any deception induces another to do or refrain from doing an act is guilty of an offence. (2) A person guilty of an offence under this section is liable on conviction on indictment to a fine or imprisonment for a term not exceeding 5 years or both.”

Your estate remains un-administered, your children defrauded, your death by elder abuse never investigated……. your abuser free to continue his abusing ways. And your solicitors? Still lining their coffers.

For shame Ireland.

RIP Dolores Maxwell.

 

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About lineatatime

Dublin born and raised, Mari returned to Ireland with her husband and daughter in 2008, after living in the USA since the early ’80s. A former journalist, ombudsman and newsroom administrator she now lives in Mayo. Following the death of her mother by elder abuse in 2010, she often writes about the failures of Irish systems in protecting her mother and also herself as a victim of crimes in her mother’s estate. She writes frequently about oppression, elder abuse and domestic violence– in the forms of poetry, fiction and non fiction in the hopes it will help shine the light on Ireland’s shame.
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