Spring Street Law Offices

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  • 201 N. Spring Street

    Independence, MO 64050

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  • 816-836-9911

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Mon. - Fri. 9am - 5pm;Sat. - Sun. CLOSED
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Upon the death of a mutual friend on July 25, 2011, I contacted Mr. Davis to let him know about this. This was purely as a friend, not for business information. Mr. Davis asked if I could help out with any information concerning an estate that our mutual friend had been executor of. I freely gave him this information, and then he hasked for an email with that info with I sent. At no time did I know this was beyond anything except to settle the estate our friend had been working on. I mentioned to Mr. Davis that I had several things of our deceased friend in a storage unit and I had asked the BIL 3 times already when they could pick up as rent was coming due withing a week. Mr. Davis informed me he was meeting with the BIL in a few moments and would ask him. At NO time did he or the BIL get back to me. I had to move the items due to storage facility rule. I was then served with a rude letter stating that I was going to have to give account of all my assets, and basically accusing me of stealing Mr. Bs property when it had already been offered no less than 4 times and Mr. Davis knew that. I also had requested some property back that Mr. B had in his possession belonging to me and my family, and Mr. Davis claimed to have asked for the property, before he actually started representing MRS. B and then he refused to get half the property back for me as he stated that it didnt look good that Mr. B had given it to me anyway. My claim is Mr. Davis took information I gave him to use for one estate, transferred the use of that to another case entirely and claimed that I had wrongfully taken property (when he had all my info to call and ask where it was), and refuses to have his client return other items that were personal, as he rudely claimed during a phone call that it didnt look good that Mr. B had given me those items anyway.

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Upon the death of a mutual friend on July 25, 2011, I contacted Mr. Davis to let him know about this. This was purely as a friend, not for business information. Mr. Davis asked if I could help out with any information concerning an estate that our mutual friend had been executor of. I freely gave him this information, and then he hasked for an email with that info with I sent. At no time did I know this was beyond anything except to settle the estate our friend had been working on. I mentioned to Mr. Davis that I had several things of our deceased friend in a storage unit and I had asked the BIL 3 times already when they could pick up as rent was coming due withing a week. Mr. Davis informed me he was meeting with the BIL in a few moments and would ask him. At NO time did he or the BIL get back to me. I had to move the items due to storage facility rule. I was then served with a rude letter stating that I was going to have to give account of all my assets, and basically accusing me of stealing Mr. Bs property when it had already been offered no less than 4 times and Mr. Davis knew that. I also had requested some property back that Mr. B had in his possession belonging to me and my family, and Mr. Davis claimed to have asked for the property, before he actually started representing MRS. B and then he refused to get half the property back for me as he stated that it didnt look good that Mr. B had given it to me anyway. My claim is Mr. Davis took information I gave him to use for one estate, transferred the use of that to another case entirely and claimed that I had wrongfully taken property (when he had all my info to call and ask where it was), and refuses to have his client return other items that were personal, as he rudely claimed during a phone call that it didnt look good that Mr. B had given me those items anyway.

 

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