Better than Commercial Vegetation Killer: This progressive won’t grow

The Disorientation of CT Probate…

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May 20, 2014

The number one aim seems to be preventing societal advancement of progressive thought through blocking entitled inheritance.  If you don’t play the game or exemplify super conservative values…
CT Probate…  From the CT Probate site: “In carrying out their responsibilities, the Probate Courts strive to protect the rights of individuals while affording those involved in probate matters an approachable and consumer-friendly environment.”  And from the CT Judicial Site:  “The mission of the Connecticut Judicial Branch is to serve the interests of justice and the public by resolving matters brought before it in a fair, timely, efficient and open way.”  Apologies for the wasted space on the lengthy quotes; but key words used seem to be ‘fair,’ ‘open manner,’ ‘approachable’ and ‘consumer friendly.’  Probate Judges in CT are listening to Probate Facts, not filmed criminal trials.  Voice is paid for rather than a  right guaranteed to all parties involved.  Briefs and filings seem to take the place of logic and data.  How can ‘judicial conduct’ be measured when winning parties pay for all statements and opinions to exactly match?  Tax benefits of staying within probate oversight?  Not very timely.  CT Probate reminds me of a master chef who experiments with menu preparation in their test kitchen; but finds that when preparing for a banquet the meal becomes too cumbersome to actually put together at the remote site.  Anyone who has cooked knows preparing one plate is much different from putting a quality experience together for 100 or more hungry guests.  There are some blatant issues that manifest themselves on the local levels.  Maybe the message of the court appeals to a fourth grade level, and not something a bit more logical and intelligent…

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