Memoir of A Pediatrician’s Pro Se Victory Against Injustice in Probate Court

Dr. Sheila Owens-Collins, Board Certified Pediatrician and Author

Discover the inspiring journey of a pediatrician-turned-advocate as she fights for justice in ‘Justice Served’ – a gripping memoir of resilience and triumph.

UNITED STATES, February 22, 2024 / — “Justice Served: How I Represented Myself to Victory” is an inspiring and compelling memoir that chronicles the relentless journey of a dedicated pediatrician who finds herself embroiled in a bitter probate court battle following her mother’s death. When her siblings contest their mother’s will, she’s thrust into a legal maelstrom that tests her courage, tenacity, and faith in the justice system.

Despite being named the first executor in her mother’s will, she is unjustly disqualified from the role by a partial judge, citing family discord. This crushing setback, however, only fuels her determination to honor her mother’s wishes and fight for justice.

This book takes you on a roller-coaster ride of emotions as she bravely decides to sue the judge in federal court and file a motion for his recusal. Her audacious move leads to a turning point in her legal journey when her case is reassigned to a new judge, leading to a victory that reinstates her family’s rightful claim to the estate and recognises her son, the second named executor, as the Independent Executor of the estate, per her mother’s intentions.

“Justice Served: How I Represented Myself to Victory” is not just a story of a Pro se victory against the probate court; it’s a testament to the power of resilience, the importance of standing up for what’s right, and the transformative journey of a woman who went from being a pediatrician to a self-made advocate. It’s an intimate exploration of a flawed legal system and a tribute to a daughter’s unyielding love for her mother. This book serves as an inspiration for anyone facing seemingly insurmountable odds, reminding us that sometimes, justice demands we fight for it ourselves.

“Justice Served: How I Represented Myself to Victory” is an inspiring memoir detailing the legal battle (Case No. 481180 – Owens Family Living Trust, Case No. 473956– Hattie Owens Estate) of a pediatrician. It’s a testament to resilience and triumph, available on Amazon.

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