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Fine artist; lousy fiduciary.
Archaic Sphinx, by Jean Pfann => => =>
(My post Jean Pfann Step Down Now! (4/8/2014) states the problem and asks for direct action. Any other post, including this one, is more background for the more curious, and for a more effective conversation if you plan to have one. They add depth perception and the whole topic remains a PUBLIC INTEREST topic. So far, I’ve survived to narrate and investigate.
This post looks better below the two introductory, purple-background boxes. But, they’re still needed. And, they got long, because I started, again, saying what I think.
My sister Jean won’t hear it, so you might as well…. If you are interested in reasoning, logic, cause, or the larger issues — maybe read. If not (scroll down).
If you’re JEAN — get off my trust fund, distributing from it to me FIRST!
Don’t force this into legal action. But if you do, there are now more public witnesses than there were last week. And you can’t drive them all away because they’re not all local, and a very short time here will tell you and me both, just how many there are (not that there won’t be people who read and will continue to monitor my safety and situation without contacting you. By forcing me to beg, you are wasting their tax dollars; they have a vested interest in stopping this and similar cases.
You messed with the wrong person, woman, musician and mother, unprovoked. And incidentally (last, and least) biologically your sister.
ALL of THIS BLOG is an appeal for help:
Help Save Tax Dollars and Save my Life, Now, please!
My Life is at Risk. I’m laying it out now, before possible repercussions for going fully public affect my ability to write, if not to speak!
Doing this involves risk and I don’t take it lightly.
Not doing so is not an option
I feel the public, who I’m asking for this help, deserves the facts.
I also want them known.
This post chronicles what preceded “Jean Pfann Fiduciary“
The next box has 3 important links.
They summarize the purpose and context of the blog.
For people (like me) who prefer things laid out orderly, Jean Pfann Step Down Now — Let Your Sister Go! is #1, this post (“Fine Artist Lousy Fiduciary“) should be post #2.
“Down the Rabbit Hole” and “Strange Species” on a local family justice center I sought help from, are #3 and #4. I learned that seeking help can be hazardous to one’s health, even when it’s needed..
Again, this is the Logical Order of Posts: #1 – Step Down Now; #2 – Fine Artist, Lousy Fiduciary 2002-2014; #3* – Down the Rabbit Hole with ACJFCJ, Inc.; and #4* – Strange Species Down the Rabbit Hole.
(= both on the ACJFCJ as a public/private-funded business model that dumps domestic violence survivors unarmed and despite hiring people called “Navigators” without a map of the terrain, into the family law system. I got the lay of the land the hard-way, scouted out the economics (or a good start on them) which became part of MY roadmap. I’m nice that way, I don’t like to see people hurt, or public funds wasted.)
However, Post #1 alone, a fiduciary who has forced a beneficiary onto food stamps and begging, and needs to be talked to is plenty. The others may help that be a more informed conversation (my advance insurance at the usual anticipated alibis), and assure you that other options are not in my best interest, or the public’s.
Thanks in advance.
Please help save my life — and Save Tax Dollars. Tell Jean that California’s Welfare System is NOT Her Private Playground!
Tell Jean Pfann, Welfare Funds are Not Her Private Playground [<=<== Click to Read & Sign]
Let it go — and let me go!
I feel my life is at risk and directly threatened by my sister, who is hoarding my inheritance and has forced me to instead beg for basic physical nonfoods and to resort to public assistance for food. Since October, 2012. This pattern is longstanding and beyond redemption.
I have run out of time for asking resolution.