Law Talk Episodes 2018-08-23T22:43:21-08:00

Law Talk TV Episodes

Nichelle Nichols, Jerry Lewis, and Spy Gate


1Star Trek Starlet v Klingon Progeny – Nichelle Nichols’ son Klingy Kyle wants to have Mom declared mentally unfit, but Lieutenant Uhura’s agent says Star Trek Beauty made him promise that she would not have ever go to a nursing home. The $10 million feud between the busy movie making Starlet and her, klingy, broke, money grubbing son Kyle, who wants to kick her out of her home and sell for cash, has been raging on for a decade.

2Jerry Lewis’ Sons Left Out in Cold – The Nutty Professor did not leave a dime to his sons and instead left his fortune to his second wife SanDee their adopted daughter Danielle. SanDee is now selling iconic items from the Nutty set and the sons are heartsick. The signature on the will leaving Jerry’s sons out of the money has been disputed.

3Spy Gate – Foreign Espionage agents suspects spying on the Trump Campaign include H.R McMaster, Jared Kushner and the disappeared Stefan Halper. Following the money poured into the Deep State FBI and CIA, suggests Halper being run by the Russians, Israelis or Saudis. Kushner, an Israeli citizen, who just took a $1.4 billion bribe from Qatar to pay off his 666 Fifth Ave. blunder maybe run by the Israelis, as may McMaster, a long time Deep Stater.

By | July 1st, 2018|Celebrities, Law Talk TV, Video Episode, Will Contests|

Three Seas, Trust Contests, Hurricane Scams


1Three Seas Initiative. The US State Department is expanding diplomatic relations and trade countries connected to the three seas of the Adriatic, the Baltic and the Black Sea. The following 12 countries are part of the initiative: Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Croatia, Slovenia and Austria. A major component of this Initiative is selling USA produced liquefied natural gas (LNG), to foster economic development and partly to reduce these countries’ dependence on Russian LNG imports, which entails political influence.

2Quit Claim Deeds and Trust Contests. Caretakers on the take sometimes use the dodge of having the Trustor sign a quit claim deed for the house, often the main asset of the estate, gutting the estate before the Trustor passes. This avoids the presumption that disqualified persons, as are caretakers, are suspect beneficiaries, needing third party lawyer to certify the bequest.

3Hurricane Harry Scams. Linda Sarsour, who has called for “Jihad” against the rulers of the United States of America, recently requested donations for the “Harvey Hurricane Relief Fund.” However, Sarsour’s fund is a thinly veiled front for Muslim Brotherhood Jihadist community organizing, which advocates for Muslims Jihadists suffering “inequalities.” Be cautious of requests for donations by unfamiliar organizations or people, especially anyone calling and asking for donations by credit card or requesting personal information .

By | September 23rd, 2017|Law Talk TV, Trust Disputes, Video Episode, Will Contests|

1031 Exchange, Neil Gorsuch, Medical Insurance Wiretaps


11031 Exchanges and Capital Gains. If you sell real property you can avoid a 25% capital gain tax by doing a 1031 Exchange. You will have a maximum of 45 days after escrow closes to “identify” potential replacement properties. You can identify a total of three or, alternatively, as many as you want, but the total value may not exceed 2X your 1031 funds with Accommodator.

2Neil Gorsuch. SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch was tested by fire by going in front of “murder boards” where he was exposed to hostile questions in preparation for his Senate confirmation hearings. Gorsuch graduated from Columbia, Harvard and Oxford, clerked for two Supreme Court justices and did a stint at the Department of Justice.

3Medical Insurance. House Speaker Ryan is pushing a work requirement for able-bodied adults enrolled in Medicaid and a requirement that would gear the GOP medical insurance plan’s refundable tax credits toward low-income people. One GOP tactic is to pass a bill in the House, watch the Democrats kill the bill in the Senate, and let Obamacare collapse when Obamacare premiums skyrocket in 2017. Then, a new bill can be introduced to sort out the carnage.

By | April 13th, 2017|Court Decisions, Law Talk TV, Video Episode|

Julia Zharova Ballet, Sumner Redstone, Prince Estate


1Julia Zharova dances ballet and talks about the Friday, March 3, 2017, Russian Celebration Reception, at 7 PM, at the SF Symphony, located at 201 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco.

2Sumner Redstone Sues Ex-Girlfriends for $150,000,000 – Billionaire Sumner Redstone is suing his two ex-girlfriends for $150,000,000 for elder abuse, saying they isolated him from his family and took his money. The 93-year-old CBS mogul says the two women, Manuela Herzer and Sydney Holland, received $150 million in gifts from him, leaving him owing taxes.

3Prince Estate Still in Dispute – The Prince estate dispute rages on, like “Let’s Go Crazy.” Prince’s estate, worth $300 million dollars is in for a long battle over who really are his heirs. Dozens of people came forward claiming to be his son, daughter, or other relative. 4) Unlimited EB-5s -Rather than limiting business people who have $1 million, to invest in America, through the EB- 5 Visa program, to 10,000 immigrants per year, there should be no limit on EB-5s.

By | February 23rd, 2017|Celebrities, Law Talk TV, Trust Disputes, Video Episode, Will Contests|

Trump Election, Nov 9 2016


1Trump Election, the FBI, and Hillary’s Weiner. Does Trump owe his election to the fact that the FBI, while looking for smut, stumbled over 650,000 of Weiner’s, and Hillary’s top aide and confidant Huma Abedin’s, emails, some of which may have been copies of Hillary’s classified emails, that Hillary tried so hard to destroy with hammers, Bleachbit and bribes?

2Voter Fraud, Fact or Fiction. Robert Creamer of Democracy Partners, who met with Obama 47 times, and Scott Foval, both DNC operatives, were fired after being caught on sub rosa video tapes laundering Hillary campaign money through the Cayman Islands to pay agents to incite riots at Trump rallies, and ferry hordes of fraudulent voters to the polls.

3Duke v Chesapeake Energy Corp. Probate fight over $19 million oil magnate Aubrey McClendon pledged donations to Duke University proves you cannot take it with you. Wildcatter McClendon’s estate must pay the IRS first, next secured and unsecured creditors.

By | November 9th, 2016|Law Talk TV, Video Episode|

Prince, Michael Jackson, Menendez Brothers


1Prince Dies With No Will – Pop star Prince died recently, leaving behind an estimated $300 million estate. His financial advisers say they are looking for a will. Prince’s sister, Tyka Nelson, says there was no will. If you die without a valid will (“intestate”) then state law applies. If a family member contests the will, or if siblings can not agree about how to divide a parent’s assets, then a judge may have to intervene to settle matters. That means acrimony, delay and expense. Prince’s estate will continue to receive income for decades after his death

2Michael Jackson Estate Battle – In a battle with the IRS, Jackson’s estate has claimed that the pop icon Michael Jackson was worth almost nothing when he died. The estate claims that accusations of child molestation and rumors of heavy drug use had caused many of his sponsors to drop Jackson. His estate claims he was only worth $2104 when he died, in contrast to the IRS’ estimate of $434 million.

3Menendez Brothers Broke – The Menendez brothers have said they are broke. Valued at $14.5 million when the case broke, the Menendez family estate has almost entirely been depleted by taxes and legal fees. All that remains of an estate that consisted of prime Beverly Hills real estate and millions of dollars in entertainment industry stocks is one house in Calabasas, a condominium in New Jersey, some jewelry, a few pieces of furniture and $651,948 in cash. Nearly $11 million has already been spent, about half on taxes and lawyers’ fees for the defense of sons Lyle and Erik Menendez, who admit that they killed parents Jose and Kitty Menendez.

By | June 9th, 2016|Law Talk TV, Trust Disputes, Video Episode, Will Contests|

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