• Page of DaysAll events calculated from today.  Dolores Maxwell
    Today marks 8 years, 6 months, and 29 days since Dolores Maxwell passed away.

    It has been 8 years, 9 months, and 0 days since Dolores was rushed to Wexford General Hospital, where she later died.

    8 years, 7 months, and 22 days marks the time since the first statement (among many to follow) made by Dolores' solicitor, Joseph Bowe of Beauchamps Solicitors, that he would seek Dolores' financials and other records once he had the authority to do so – when either Dolores' Enduring Power of Attorney was registered or the Grant of Probate was received. He has never done so despite requests from Dolores' beneficiaries.

    8 years, 0 months, and 26 days since the Grant of Probate for Dolores' estate.

    6 years, 11 months, and 21 days since Dolores' last asset, her house, was sold. None of Dolores' three executors have given any indication of when her estate will be wound up.

    Today marks 7 years, 5 months, and 17 days since Dolores' solicitor and co-executor of her estate was informed about serious flaws in the administration of her estate.

    After being informed 11 months and 10 days previously of the serious irregularities in the administration of Dolores' estate, her solicitor and co-executor Joseph Bowe finally responded with a flat denial of any knowledge of what he was plainly and directly informed of and subsequently asked about several times during that period by beneficiaries of Dolores' state. After issuing that flat denial, Mr Bowe has since resumed his silence, even as further very serious issues with the administration of Dolores' estate have been identified.

    At this point, it's been 6 years, 5 months, and 3 days since Saoirse's letter was delivered to the Managing Partner of Beauchamps Solicitors, John White, with a simple request of his intentions regarding the flawed administration of Dolores' estate:
    “… can you please advise what steps if any, you as Managing Partner of Beauchamps Solicitors, or Beauchamps Solicitors plan to take.”
    There is ought but silence for a response.
    6 years, 6 months, and 7 days ago the three members of the Division of the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal that decided Saoirse's complaint were invited to illuminate or at least comment on what we perceive as their bizarre decision of “No Misconduct” in the case of Dolores' solicitors. Silence reigns.

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    “Thirty seven” is the number of individuals that have corroborated the abuse Dolores and or Cecil suffered from their youngest son Ethan Maxwell to date.

    Those who witnessed various aspects of this abuse include:
    – Dolores' children
    – At least four of Dolores grandchildren
    – Former family physicians
    – Neighbours in Deansgrange, Finglas and Rosslare
    – Friends of neighbours
    – Relatives
    – Family friends
    – Health Providers
    – A former member of An Garda Síochána

    In addition, many of these same individuals and others have themselves suffered from Ethan Maxwell's abusive nature, including various attempts at intimidation, financial scams, threats and extortion.

  • Odds & EndsGardai Domestic Violence Policy
    Letter to the Editor, Sunday Independent
    The Taxi LetterJohn TrimbleSign placed on Dolores' grave
    Doing A Runner?
    A Doctor's View on Savita
    John Costello, Beauchamps Solicitors – “The Laws and Legal Issues Affecting Persons With Disabilities”, includes a section on Elder Abuse.

    A Neighbour's Account
    Another Neighbour Speaks Out
    Recording of Conversations in Ireland
    Even Stalin in the dark days of the Soviet Union couldn't top Ireland in the percentage of it's people put into mental institutions. Excellent RTE documentary by Mary Raftery in two parts:
    Watch Behind The Walls Part 1
    Behind The Walls Part 2

    Sad but true: Ireland's mental health policy is informed by the 140–year old Lunacy Regulation (Ireland) 1871 act. Despite decades of abusive mental health practices by the State and calls for reform by human rights groups and mental health advocates, it remains in effect.

    Annual report of SafeIreland –
    Violence towards women and children in Ireland increases yet again.

    Non-Irish Way to respond to Elder Abuse

    Years too late for Dolores and Cecil, it is now illegal for a solicitor to represent both parties in a property transaction. Read the full act here.

    Read “Elder Mistreatment – Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation in an Aging America”

    Read Prevention and Recognition of Elder Abuse

    Typical Ireland – Kill your wife and collect her estate

    How to Clear Your Cache

  • Alternate Views In production—featuring views from:
    Ethan Maxwell
    Sophie Maxwell
    Carsten Kohl (HSE Elder Abuse Senior Case Worker)

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    World Elder Abuse Awareness Day UN Declaration of Human Rights European Year for Active Ageing and Intergenerational Solidarity Towards a Society for All Ages

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