Q: In the Supreme Court decision, Wright vs. UNION NATIONAL BANK.
Very little was given back, they stole Hi Daniel's oil and Gas Co. After this decision, million hidden in overseas accounts, nothing returned to June Grubbs. I just found the money existed, that it was millions, about the Gas Co. Law firm is closed. In last sentence, was chancelOrs decision that lake house belonged to estate..me? I was never told, they took it over. My brothers and Mom lied through every case and have recently hijacked Mom and Dad's estate from me. Illegally disinterested me, gave million to my 3 grown kids of their money. The gas Co. Was not litigated, we forgot it, my dad sold it and got millions stole from me. My dad and mom are dead. Brothers were involved in conspiracy to break me emotionally, finally spiritually. Dad, HI Daniel were millionaires. Dad was William Fay Wright Jr. They stated in court Preston had the bearer bonds and treasury notes and I would not see a dime. I was my dad's favorite daughter. He gave thousands to boys and girls clubs.
A: This appears to be a matter of considerable complexity that would be difficult for an attorney to respond to in a basic Q & A forum. As a starting point, you could contact an Arkansas attorney to arrange a consultation. It was categorized under Personal Injury, but seems closer to being something involving to estate law. Good luck
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