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Lilley v. Brenda N. Dunlap, Esq. & Jackson C. Hedges, Esq.

Plaintiff Stephen R. Lilley seeks relief for certain conduct including conversion» of non-probate assets, fraudulent distribution of non-probate assets, and tortious interference with a right to expectancy.

AN AWARD against defendants, jointly and severally, for judgment of fraudulent conduct in an amount in excess of $1,000,000.

AN AWARD against defendants, jointly and severally, of punitive damages and exemplary damages of $1,000,000.


STEPHEN R. LILLEY
Plaintiff,

-vs-

BRENDA DUNLAP, individually, and as
Co-Administrator of the Estate of Marion G.
Lilley, Deceased

and

JACKSON HEDGES, individually, and as
Co-Administrator of the Estate of Marion G.
Lilley, Deceased
Defendants.

Defendant Brenda Dunlap, is an individual who resides in Warren County, Ohio and does business in Warren County, State of Ohio and has served in the capacity of Co-Administrator for the Estate of Marion G. Lilley in the Warren County Probate Court.

Defendant Jackson Hedges, is an individual who resides in Warren County, Ohio and does business in Warren County, State of Ohio and has served in the capacity of Co-Administrator for the Estate of Marion G. Lilley in the Warren County Probate Court.

Defendants Dunlap and Hedges’ conduct was appealed to the 12th District Court of Appeals, who issued a decision that advised them said certificate of deposit was a non-probate asset including the resulting in purchase of the annuity plan, which should not have been included in the probating of the Estate of Marion G. Lilley; that said assets were the property of Plaintiff Stephen R. Lilley.

Defendants Dunlap and Hedges have continued to deprive Plaintiff Stephen R. Lilley by avoiding taking action to recover the funds in derogation of the decision of the 12th District Court of Appeals which Defendants had improperly distributed, by abdicating their duty.

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Lilley v. Brenda A. Dunlap, Jackson C. HedgesLawsuit for Fraud and Misappropriation of Funds - Filed by Plaintiff, Stephen Lilley against, Magistrate Brenda Dunlap, and Attorney Jackson Hedges.November 15, 2007

Conversion:

n. a civil wrong (tort) in which one converts another’s property to his/her own use, which is a fancy way of saying “steals.” Conversion includes treating another’s goods as one’s own, holding onto such property which accidentally comes into the convertor’s (taker’s) hands, or purposely giving the impression the assets belong to him/her. This gives the true owner the right to sue for his/her own property or the value and loss of use of it, as well as going to law enforcement authorities since conversion usually includes the crime of theft.

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