My mother’s final Will cut out all four of my brothers from any inheritance or decisions regarding her estate. She made this decision after decades of trying fruitlessly to help my brothers and reason with them to stop their abusive, destructive behaviors. After decades of lies, treachery, financial damage, verbal and physical abuse, vandalism, online defamation and threats against her and others, she made her final wishes regarding my brothers known in her Last Will and Testament. My mother made me her sole inheritor and executrix for all decisions regarding her estate and final wishes. My husband and a couple who had been her very good neighbors were made consecutive co-executors in the event of my death or incapacitation. My mother passed away in 2012 and, in accordance with my mother’s wishes, none of my disrespectful, malevolent brothers were notified of her death due to my mother’s valid concerns that my brothers would disrupt her funeral and harass those attending her funeral.
Since late 2017, my brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks, has claimed in his lawsuit filings, without any basis in reality, that my mother’s attorney and I forged her Will. In late 2018 and again in late 2019 my brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks and my other three brothers attempted, and failed, to gain custody of my mother’s remains, outrageously claiming to the probate judge that I, my mother’s attorney, and the witness to my mother’s Will “forged” her signature and her entire Will. Prior to the first probate court hearing, my brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks tried to file yet another police complaint against me in Groton, Connecticut, claiming that I committed the crime of forging my mother’s signature and Will (see record of 2018 police report). My brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks has tried several times to file false charges against us in Colchester and Groton, Connecticut, and he has threatened to file baseless criminal charges against us in Georgia and Tennessee.
My brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks further defamed me during the Groton, CT probate hearing in late 2018 by claiming that I “threatened” the cemetery director of the cemetery where my parents’ gravesite is located. I have never threatened the cemetery director or anyone else in my life. My brother then elaborated on his lie by outrageously (and, of course, falsely) claiming in the 2019 Groton, CT probate hearing that there was a protective order issued against me by the cemetery director. My husband and I can only assume that he is publishing that same lie in private online posts and other communications to his cult followers and his “friends” in order to deceive them into giving him sympathy, inciting them to harass us on his behalf, and most likely persuading them to give him financial support.