Goodall Estate Petition for Review Case No. A137189 California Supreme Court

Goodall Estate Petition for Review Case No. A137189 California Supreme Court

by Samuel H Sloan


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Michael Goodall died on October 5, 2010 in his home known as "The Goodall Mansion" at 461 Peachstone Terrace in San Rafael, Marin County, California. Petitioner found the Goodall Will among his papers and filed it in Marin County Probate Court in January 2011. On February 1, 2011, Petitioner filed a petition in probate. After consents were obtained from all of the heirs of the Goodall Estate, petitioner petitioned and after two hearings was appointed administrator of the estate.

Petitioner had the key to the house, as he has been a resident of the house. However, on February 28, 2011, while petitioner was away for a few days, there was a break-in and burglary in the house. The entire contents of the house was removed including all legal papers and documents of the Goodalls. When the burglary was discovered, 911 was called and this was reported as a burglary. Deputy Anthony Savas of the Marin County Sheriff's Department responded to the call. Deputy Savas said that he had been patrolling the area during the previous days and had observed a large trash dumpster in front of the house with a Spanish guy bringing stuff out of the house and putting it in the dumpster. However, Deputy Savas had not stopped to inquire, as this had seemed to be a routine case of somebody moving out.

After discovering that the Goodall Mansion had been burgled, the contents removed and the locks on the doors changed, Petitioner as well as heirs of the Goodall Estate searched for several weeks for the stolen Goodall stuff. Finally, by chance it was located in an Auction House in Alameda. The auction House identified Hamilton Kipp as the person who had brought the Goodall Estate stuff to the auction house. It was later established that Hamilton Kipp is an employee of Bank of America. Hamilton Kipp in turn had been told to break into the house and take all the stuff by James R. Hastings, a Marin County Estate Planning Attorney. Bank of America simply stole all the money and says they will keep fighting this case until the funds are exhausted in attorneys and administration fees.
This is one of Four Appeals in just one of three cases involving the Goodall Estate. Petitioner is the Administrator of the Estate of K. Michael Goodall with will annexed. This appointment came in a petition in probate filed in the Marin County Probate Court, Case No. PR 1100596.
Sam Sloan was Appointed Administrator of the Estate of K. Michael Goodall with Will Annexed by the Marin County Probate Court in California. Upon receiving his appointment, Sloan discovered that the entire Goodall Estate had been stolen by Bank of America, who wanted to "donate" the Goodall millions to Guide Dogs for the Blind, leaving the legitimate Goodall heirs with nothing. This appeal is part of a so far two year court battle to save the Goodall Estate from going to the Dogs.

Guide Dogs for the Blind has shown itself to be the Epitome of Evil in the charities rackets, preying on wealthy elderly people, getting them to sign away their estates on their death beds on the pretext that their money is going to a noble cause, but instead it is going to an avaricious gang who pay themselves millions of dollars in salaries, and have compiled and accumulated more than $300 million in net assets.

If the death bed signatures are not forthcoming, no problem. By expedient means, the signatures are forged. After all: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9784871873635
Publisher: Ishi Press
Publication date: 02/25/2013
Pages: 66
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.14(d)

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