Terre Haute, IN asked in Personal Injury, Wrongful Death and Divorce for Indiana

Q: Can you be tested for poisons if you aren’t dead?

Honestly fear chemical dosing of malicious intent to disable or kill while inheritance money rapidly dissipated and displaced - obvious tampering of bank transactions evident - 150k gone in my state of undiagnosed impairment - time sick and decommissioned paralleled inheritance distribution all the way to seperation/account funds depleted entirely. Spouse’s family is comprised of high-ranking military officers, systems administrators/engineers, cyber ops trained military security agents, joint force operatives and various other skilled and empowered individuals of zero scrutiny by any higher-authority (there isn’t anyone keeping an eye on this family’s affairs, despite the unauthorized utilization of military resources and knowledge) because, they surely don’t impose a danger to anyone - upstanding citizens, all of ‘em.

Except, they are weaponized to detect and destroy all discernible threats to their collective security, and i have been deemed a threat - thus, kill at will :(

1 Lawyer Answer
Charles Candiano
Charles Candiano
  • Chicago, IL
  • Licensed in Indiana

A: You want to take care that you are not perceived as a paranoid, conspiracy theorist. That said, simply share any concerns that you may have with your general practitioner who can certainly test the presence of most harmful substances, depending upon the symptoms that you experience.

If you are saying that you no longer trust your own ability to manage your business affairs as you have recently squandered $150,000, you should consult with a reputable attorney to place your entire estate in a trust to be administered by a bank or other professional trustee that could easily be held accountable for the fiduciary responsibility they would hold.

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