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Parts of the Texas Estates Code that lawyers representing Guardian of Charlie’s person, Mary Werner, and Guardian of Charlie’s money, Tonya Barina, have either 1) misrepresented to the Court, which neither judge, Tom Rickhoff or Oscar Kazen, recognized as invalid, or 2) utilized for their personal profitability.

Texas Estates Code Section 1104.102 Appointment preferences. The spouse of the incapacitated person (the Ward) has the first right to guardianship. Second, is the "next of kin," no matter how distant, or estranged the "next of kin" may be to the Ward.

Texas Estates Code Section 1104.102 Appointment preferences

Under Section 1104.102 Charlie Thrash’s common-law wife, Laura Martinez, had a greater standing than Charlie’s estranged & distant Grand-niece, Tonya Barina — IF Tonya Barina’s lawyers and Judge Oscar Kazen hadn’t disregarded the six (6) years Charlie and Laura had spent living...

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Section 1155.003 - Compensation for Guardian of the Estate

Section 1155.003 Compensation for Guardian of the Estate

Under Section 1155.003 – Tonya Barina, Guardian of Charlie Thrash’s estate, is entitled to a minimum of 5% of all assets she sells of Charlie’s (and she need not consult Charlie, nor follow his wishes prior to selling his belongings.) Additionally, Tonya...

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Section 1051.104 Notice by Applicant for Guardianship

Section 1051.104 Notice by Applicant for Guardianship

It is clear that Laura Martinez-Thrash, who held a Power of Attorney dated June 24, 2016 and signed by the proposed ward, Charlie Thrash, has always been eligible to 1) have priority over an estranged family member (Tonya Barina), chosen by the...

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Texas Estates Code Section 1055.003 Intervention by Interested Parties

Section 1055.003 Intervention by Interested Parties

Texas Estates Code Section 1055.003 Intervention by Interested Parties To see “who is entitled to receive notice under Section 1051.104” and therefore “is not required to file a motion under [Section 1055.003(d)] to intervene in a guardianship proceeding,” click here. The lawyers...

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