From an anonymous source in response to yesterday's post:
"John, The truth to this matter was that the annuitant had a list of questions for the attorney to answer. The attorney didn't answer any questions asked by the annuitant and just sent over some crap that took 3 minutes to complete. The annuitant is in the process of filing a complaint with the California Bar Association against this attorney. The annuitant is in her early 20's and is using the money to go back to school. She explained to the attorney that she is unable to get financial aid because of her age, family status, and other reasons. Background: In order to obtain financial aid an individual has to be over 24 or needs a parent to co-sign on the financial aid. This was explained along with several other important facts to the attorney when the IPA was requested. Not only did the attorney not pay any attention to what was written to him, he provided stock responses that would never solve her financial issues. He told her to go get a student loan which was impossible to do so. When the annuitant received the IPA from the attorney, she had questions about his remarks which went unanswered and when he did answer he provided sarcastic responses to her situation. BTW, at the time this article was written the both attorney's had already been paid".
Note: The attorney in question call who contacted me yesterday claimed he had not been paid.