A FRENZIED PHONE CALL LEAD TO THIS??

And the beat goes on.

Kountze Korner

Three months after my brother Tom passed – a frenzied phone call from my sister-in-law Ellen shocked me and left me speechless.  She hired a surveyor to check the property lines of the land where she lived (which included a comfortable home my brother built).  Ellen’s tense voice informed me she just learned Tom had signed the acre of land and the home over to me more than a year ago.  Where was she going to live and what was going to happen to her?  She repeated those questions several times?  I told her I knew nothing of this transfer and assumed Tom was suffering from a brain tumor and thus denied not only his progeny but his wife their inheritance.  I too was bereaved and tried to put behind the years of acrimony which created its own form of grief aside .  I tried to take the high road.

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  1. The world is filled with smirking Judas’as and such happened in my family. I hope never to see her or her off springs again.

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  2. The land officially transferred hands today and I officially have 100% severed ties with my brother’s so called family. Our county attorney was able to get the land for half the price – bringing it down from $60k to $34. My sister in law is a widow and altho she has a right to sell the land in the amount she so chooses – there is a moral code which has been trampled on. The BIble is clear as to widows and how to treat them. A vile act has happened.

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