Clerk & master (C&M) changes Chancellor's 82-month court ordered audit to 32 months then rules against defendant (me)
C&M during my 2018 appeal stated I agreed to 32-months of an 82-month audit stipulation in a 2014 PreTrial Meeting he ordered all Defendants' Parties and Plaintiffs parties to attend to sort out witness, stipulations, exhibits etc.. Plaintiffs changed mtg location at last minute to my attorney's office, arrived 30 minutes late. So meeting never occurred. Plaintiffs provided no proof mtg took place. My lawyer was not present. No stipulations agreed to at all to change the 82 month audit to 32 months--this would lose my case; yet C&M ruled against me in 2018 Appeal sticking to 2014 stipulation mtg that never happened, my attorney not present and I did not agree to. My attorney retired/surrendered during 3 yrs C&M wrote his Master's Reference 2017 ruling against. Hired a new attorney, begged for an Appeal. What do I do? C&M based his ruling against me solely on this stipulation, threw out Expert Report detailing I spent all money on mother even out of pocket. The Chancellor will review his decision but will he overrule C&M. The Forensic reported stated I took excellent care of Mother's estate; poor acctg skills but all monies acct for in report
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