* July 2002 *We found that the Guardian of Property had changed thename and address on the McDonald\Stegeman Accounts and had beenstealing money and selling Mutual Funds even though Mr. Appel had frozen the accounts for us. Upon the discovery, the Guardian, Mr. Joyner immediately filed suit against me in Superior Court knowing that inlitigation knowing that no one would discuss the accounts until the suit was settled. The Guardian is prohibited from doing anything like thiswithout a Superior Court Order, there was none.
Guardian of Property petitioned to sale Caffrey’s home September 23,2002. No bond on Joyner until October, Joyner claimed Caffrey did notlive in this state, she was at a “home” in Marietta, requested aGuardian ad Litem for sale. Purchase and sale agreement datedSeptember 07, 2002. Ms. Rosh appointed Mr. Mark Stephen, Caffrey’sattorney at the Guardianship hearing.
According to records, Mr. Stephen only helped falsify the sales price of the house, did not sign at closing. $21,000 plus knocked off of theprice for buyer renovations that were not done. It is questionableabout the sales price of the house. Mr. Burnett, the Guardian of Property’s partner at The Law Firm of Joyner and Burnett signed asAttorney in Fact at the closing, Mr. Stephen did not sign at the sale.
“Exhibit H”.*April 21, 2003, I found out that Ms. Caffrey had passed away on April17
. Later we found out that she had been in a coma in the hospital for fivedays. No family found out about the accident or death until Ms. Caffrey had been cremated, buried in the improper place, the name not correct. “Exhibit I”.
April 22, 2003 went to DeKalb Probate Court to file my Will. *The clerktold Ms. McDonald and myself that Ms. Caffrey had died in CobbCounty, that’s where it needed to be filed. Called my attorney, Ms.Williams at that time. She said she would take care of it. *Mr. Joynerfiled suggestion of death the same day. *Petition to Probate Will sameday – Has wrong date for death, second page under 5. No otherproceedings filed or pending, my Will had been on file for several yearsand Mr. Lillig states in deposition he knew there was another Will. Ms.Williams filed Caveat within the ten days. This new Will should nothave been accepted as Ms. Rosh had deemed Ms. Caffrey “Mental andPhysical disability to the extent that the ward lacks sufficientunderstanding or capacity to make reasonable decisions… incapable of communicating… as shown in Exhibit E and The Probate Court had arecord on file of my Will.
April 30, 2003, Mr. Lillig gets $100,000 Bond which states “Has beennamed and appointed as Temp. Administrator of the Estate. VictoriaGunn signs as DeKalb Probate Judge. A petition has not even bee filed.* May 3, 2003, Petition for Temporary Administrator filed, claims “JohnStegeman has no living heirs”– he had four children three are living. It