Litigation Info Department

Lon's Litigation Experiences   

     This department will explain some of the reasons that Lonnie Willoughby, Jr., as president of ABC's of Health, Inc., will not allow members of the legal profession to participate in our Internet Education Services or become members of our private education club, Americans 4 Justice-SC

     Lon Jr's parents, Lonnie Willoughby, Sr. and his wife Leona grew up in North Carolina on their family's farm.  Both of those farms were in Columbus County and they were about 35 to 40 road miles from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  Each of those large families had multiple sons and daughters.

     Lonnie and Leona Willoughby had two children, sons named Lonnie Jr. and Larry.  Larry was about 20 months younger than Lonnie Jr. (Lon Jr.)

     The Home Department of this website explains about the Willoughby family's farm responsibilities up to the time that Lon Jr. was graduated from the Tabor City High School and went to collage at Mars Hill Collage - near Asheville, North Carolina. 

     Many years later, the parents sold their well developed farm and went into the real estate business.  Lonnie and Leona bought an established motel business in Charlotte, North Carolina. 

     The motel needed a lot of repairs and some business improvements.  Their plan was to work at the motel for two or three years, make the repairs and improvements that were needed, get the business operating much better, and then sell the business at a good profit. They would then try to find another motel to buy with similar objectives.

     That business plan was successful, and they moved to Florida when they purchased a motel business in St. Augustine, Florida.  They made many needed improvements to that motel business and later sold the motel at a good profit. 

 The parents then purchased another motel in Florida, and they repeated that business plan again for another good profit.

     By that time, the two sons were established in their own careers.  Lon Jr. lived in the Greenville area of South Carolina, working with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as a Proficiency Development and Evaluation Officer (PDEO) at the Greenville/Greer Airport FAA Sector Field Office. 

     Larry had completed his college education and he and his wife Joyce owned and operated a motel business at one of the beach locations near Wilmington, North Carolina.  Larry also became a licensed real estate broker, and he began to buy and sell beach area properties.

    In 1980, the parents were living in Putnam County Florida, near the town of Palatka, which was about 65 road miles to the southwest of Jacksonville.  They had decided to continue living in Florida for the rest of their life because they liked the warmer winter weather better than the much colder winter weather that they had experienced for many years in North Carolina. 

They purchased a very good vacant water front lot on the St. Johns River in the San Mateo area, which was about six miles south of Palatka, Florida.  They had a modest three bedroom, two bath home with a garage built to their design specifications on that water front lot.

     When Lon's father was at age 66, In the spring of 1982, he had a very serious heart attack that caused him to be in a hospital in Jacksonville, Florida (about 65 road miles from their home). 

     While in that hospital, under the care of his regular heart specialist doctor who had treated his heart condition for several years, Lonnie Sr. also had a tragic stroke which caused him to be paralyzed totally on the left side of his body. 

     He had no muscle control of the left arm, or any part of the left side of his body - from his left shoulder to the tip of his toes on his left foot.  He was instantly a serious invalid and needed help with most bodily functions.

     Fortunately, the stroke did not appear to have affected his very intelligent mind in any noticeable manner. 

     As soon as possible after the stroke, Lon Jr. temporarily moved his parents from their home in the San Mateo/Palatka area to Lon's home in Mauldin, South Carolina, just eight road miles from the downtown area of Greenville. 

     During the six months period that the parents lived with Lon Jr. and wife Janie, they were able to help Lon's parents a lot with their health, physically and emotionally (mentally). 

     Lon Jr. had already learned a lot about taking good care of one's natural health, and he was a serious-minded natural healthcare enthusiast. 

     He was also able to get his father some very important healthcare services at the Roger C. Peace stroke rehabilitation center that was located at the Greenville Memorial Hospital area (about eight road miles from the Mauldin area home).. 

     Mr. Willoughby was able to get outpatient treatments for his paralysis condition on a frequent basis for several weeks.  He then got inpatient treatment for two weeks (where he lived within the facility).  He then went back to outpatient treatments for additional weeks of therapy. 

     The physical therapist technicians that worked at that special facility were able to help Lonnie Sr. a lot in learning how to cope more successfully with his paralysis condition (both physically and emotionally).  He was unable to walk but they taught him how to use a special can that enabled him to have some mobility with help from a person.

     During that six months period of time, Lon Jr. learned that his parents had purchased a 44 unit apartment complex in DeLand, Florida, where Stetson University is located.  DeLand was about 50 miles south of their home in San Mateo via U.S. 17 highway.

      Lon also learned that a local DeLand, Florida bank had a first mortgage on the property for more than 600,000 dollars.  The property had four two story buildings that housed the 44 apartments.   

     Lon estimated that his parent's total estate value at that time was more than a million dollars, and he realized that his parents needed to take some important estate planning actions. 

     At one point in previous years, Lon Jr. had been a licensed life insurance sales representative, and he had studied estate planning fundamentals to some extent.  Consequently, he understood that his parent's estate value could likely benefit in some important financial respects if they implemented some good financial planning for their substantial size jointly owned estate values. 

     Lon Jr. suggested that the parents should talk with their local bank trust department (in DeLand, Florida) to obtain a recommendation for an estate planning attorney who could talk with them about their estate planning needs.

      Lon Jr. subsequently communicated by phone with the estate planning attorney that the bank trust officer had recommended.  The attorney was located in Daytona Beach, Florida, just 20 miles from DeLand, Florida.

     The attorney subsequently completed the estate planning actions by developing two mirror image Inter Vivos trust agreement documents (Living Trusts) - one trust agreement for each parent.   The parents then chose to appoint sons Lon Jr. and Larry as co-trustees of their two Inter Vivos trust agreements. 

     Brother Larry was not involved in any of those initial financial planning actions because he knew nothing about those estate planning complexities, and he was located in one of the Wilmington, NC beach areas (about 640 miles away from his parent's home in Putnam County, Florida). 

     After the two trust agreement documents were finalized and signed in January 1983, Lon reviewed those documents very carefully and he gradually realized that the estate planning actions that had been implemented in January 1983 for his parents were inadequate estate planning actions for their needs. 

     The attorney had not developed any practical way for the parents' estate planning actions to help minimize federal estate taxes on their substantial size jointly owned estate values (those taxes could amount to $200,000+ at some point in the future). 

     Lon also gradually realized that the attorney had not developed any practical way for the co-trustees of the two trust agreement estates to take actions that could reduce Florida probate expenses for each parent when they died.  Lon had already  learned that typical probate expenses in Florida were usually about 8% of a person's total net estate value on substantial size estates. 

     Lon had learned more information about his parent's total net estate value, and he estimated that it was about 1.2 million dollars.  That meant  that eventually, Florida probate expenses for his parent's joint estate value could amount to about 90,000 dollars (and maybe more than that).

     Fortunately, Lon Jr. was knowledgeable enough about estate planning to recognize those major deficiencies in the estate planning actions taken by the Florida attorney.  Consequently, Lon Jr. did not trust the estate planning attorney who had allowed those serious deficiencies in estate planning to remain in effect, without explaining anything to Lon's parents about how they could use the two Inter Vivos trust agreements to improve those estate planning conditions.

     The attorney apparently wanted to retain financial benefits for some member of the Florida legal legal profession for those potential lucrative probate legal expenses (perhaps for himself as a likely probate attorney for the two Willoughby estate values). 

     Unfortunately, began searching for another Florida estate planning attorney to help his parents overcome those estate planning deficiencies. 

     During the next 24 months, Lon Jr. had great difficulty in trying to locate another Florida estate planning attorney who could/would amend the two Inter Vivos estate planning agreements for his parents to provide those needed estate planning improvements in the two trust agreement estate plans. 

     Lon Jr. discussed those estate planning objectives with several other Florida estate planning attorneys, but he did not locate any attorney that appeared knowledgeable about how to amend the two trust agreements to achieve  those estate planning objectives (enable the co-trustees to take specific actions that could minimize federal estate taxes on the parent's total estate value and also take specific actions that could minimize potential probate expenses). 

     Timing was critical here because Lon Jr's father was in very poor health and he was likely subject to die at any time.  Those two trust agreement amendment improvements needed to be made as quickly as possible - while both of Lon's parents still had good mental abilities to responsibly consider and then approve those needed amendment changes to their trust agreement estate plans. 

     During years 1983, 1984, and 1985, Lon was unable to locate a Florida estate planning attorney that he trusted to develop the amendments needed for the two trust agreement documents.  

     Due to those serious difficulties, Lon Jr. finally purchased some legal books about estate planning, and he learned how to amend the two Inter Vivos trust agreement documents to achieve those estate planning objectives. 

     He personally developed and typed the amendment documents for each trust agreement on a portable typewriter at his parent's home near Palatka, Florida.  He then got each amendment document signed by each parent at their local  bank, along with a notary public witness, who also signed those amendment documents. 

     Lon Jr. then took the signed and notarized documents to the local Putnam County Circuit Court "Clerk of Court" for filing, along with original documents of both parent's Inter Vivos trust agreement.

     He completed those trust agreement amendment actions for his parents, with their joint approval, on December 12, 1985

     Those additional estate planning actions enabled the two co-trustees to more effectively manage the two trust agreements that had been established and implemented initially in January 1983

     The two co-trustees would now be able to take very important estate planning actions for their parents' estate planning trust agreements that could reduce and minimize potential federal estate taxes on the parent's total estate value. 

     The two co-trustees would also now be able to take very important estate planning actions that could reduce and minimize potential Florida probate expenses on the parent's total net estate values. 

     Co-trustee Lon Jr. then took the actions that were needed to fund the Inter Vivos trust agreement estates properly with real estate asset transfers and cash asset transfers to accomplish the very important estate planning objectives that are stated above. 

    The very important estate planning actions taken by co-trustee Lon Jr. in December 1985 enabled the reduction of potential federal estate taxes on the parents' total estate value from about $225,000 downward to approximately zero dollars.

   The very important estate planning actions taken by co-trustee Lon Jr. also reduced potential Florida probate expenses for the Willoughby joint estate value from about $90,000+ to less than $1,000.  

     Co-trustee Lon Jr. completed those additional estate planning actions promptly while he still lived near his parent's home in Putnam County Florida. 

Leona Caused Serious Problems

     Leona Willoughby had caused numerous  emotionally stressful problems for Lon Jr., in his continuing efforts to help reduce the painful muscle cramps that his father suffered with daily on the left side of his body.   Leona did not want Lon Jr. to use a heavy duty electrical massage vibrator that he had purchased to help relieve those very painful muscle cramps when he visited their home - usually every other day. 

     Leona claimed that the massage vibrator that Lon used to reliably remove those painful muscle cramps was what caused the muscle cramps.  

     Lon had explained that those painful muscle cramp had occurred for weeks and then months before he bought the heavy duty massage vibrator to help activate his father's lymphatic system. 

     He has studied Lymphology under Dr. Samuel West, a prominent Lymphologist, and that's why he decided to experiment with a heavy duty massage vibrator to stimulate the lymph glands in the paralyzed portions of his father's body.  The vibrator massages worked like a miracle because they reliably relieved the very painful cramps that his father had daily (day and night). 

     Mother Leona was such a continuing stubborn and unrelenting emotional problem for Lon Jr. to repeated have to cope with that he finally decided to move back to his now recently vacant rented home in Mauldin, South Carolina.  

     He and wife Janie had been living separately  since December 1984, when Janie had moved from DeLand, Florida back to Mauldin, SC so she could resume a teaching position at the Mauldin High School in January 1985.

     A teacher pregnancy situation caused a teacher vacancy to occur at the Mauldin High School during the December 1984 Christmas school break, and that enabled Janie to be able to regain a teaching position at the Mauldin High School (starting in January 1985). 

     She had moved from the apartment complex in DeLand, Florida to the Mauldin, SC area in December 1984 to resume teaching school at the Mauldin High School when students returned from their December 1984 Christmas holiday break

     Janie had been living during year 1985 with a female teacher who was a good friend in the Mauldin area because Janie's Mauldin home was currently leased through March 1986.

     Lon moved back to Mauldin, SC in April 1986, into their home that had been rented since July 1983

     About seven months after Lon moved from the San Mateo/Palatka area to his home in Mauldin, South Carolina, Lon's father suffered another heart attack and died on November 22, 1986.


Litigation in Florida

     The litigation in Florida began for Lon in March 1989 when his mother Leona, as the beneficiary of the Marital Trust Estate, initiated a lawsuit against her eldest son, Lon Jr. because a dispute had developed between the two co-trustee brothers about the proper responsible method of making monthly distributions of trust estate income to Lon's mother and to Larry and Lon Jr. on a monthly basis as beneficiaries of the two trust estates (the Marital Trust Estate with sole beneficiary Leona Willoughby and the Family Trust Estate with the  beneficiaries of brothers Larry and Lon Jr.). 

     The co-trustee dispute had been caused by Larry's incompetent co-trustee actions and his gross lack of appreciation for the complex and difficult estate planning work and the personal expenses that Lon Jr. had responsibly accomplished during years 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, and into year 1988 - as the knowledgeable and competent co-trustee for the two trust agreement estates that had been established as a result of Lon Jr's personal encouragement to his parents in year 1982.

     Instead of Larry showing some appreciation (at age 50) for Lon Jr's very competent and very responsible actions that had benefited the Willoughby family substantially (as explained briefly above), Larry's incompetent co-trustee actions made Lon's co-trustee actions more difficult and more frustrating and more time consuming than they needed to be. 

     In order to stop those kinds of frustrating and irritating incompetent co-trustee actions by Larry, co-trustee Lon Jr. did the only thing that was available to him as an abused co-trustee - he started charging nominal co-trustee fees for his ongoing monthly co-trustee actions in 1988.  Previously, he had not charged anything for any of his very important and very valuable co-trustee actions in 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, and 1987.

     Instead of Larry learning something from that situation (to stop his incompetent co-trustee actions of frustrating and irritating co-trustee Lon Jr. at every opportunity), he increased those frustrating co-trustee actions by stubbornly refusing to agree to pay co-trustee Lon Jr. anything for his very competent and responsible co-trustee actions that were occurring on a monthly basis. 

     Brother Larry was about 20 months younger than Lon Jr., and he was obviously mother Leona's favorite son because he always acquiesced and agreed to cooperate with anything she wanted done.  Larry even acquiesced and agreed with anything she proposed regarding management and operation of the two trust estates, the Marital Trust Estate (with Leona as the sole beneficiary) and the Family Trust Estate (with Larry and Lon Jr. being the two beneficiaries). 

      Unfortunately, Leona had an inadequate understanding of the complex and difficult estate planning actions that co-trustee Lon Jr. had completed responsibly for those several years (1983 through 1988).  She had no responsible appreciation for his very successful co-trustee actions. 

     Leona wanted to be in control of all trust estate financial issues, and she demonstrated that she had no responsible respect for Lon Jr's effective leadership in helping the family with complex financial planning matters. 

     Lon Jr's co-trustee actions were dependent upon highly specialized knowledge that he had diligently managed to acquire from legal system books about relevant estate planning issues.

     Leona apparently agreed with co-trustee Larry that co-trustee Lon Jr. should not be paid anything for his nominal cost monthly co-trustee services (that he had started charging for but had not been paid for by co-trustee Larry - out of trust estate funds). 

     The two of them collusively cooperated with each other to use that relatively small dispute issue as a basis for Marital Trust Estate beneficiary Leona to sue co-trustee Lon Jr.   Apparently with the objective of trying to have him removed as a co-trustee of the Marital Trust Estate

     Leona and Larry apparently intended to leave incompetent co-trustee Larry as the sole co-trustee of the Marital Trust Estate

     That situation would have enabled Leona Willoughby to effectively have control of the Marital Trust Agreement estate value ($400,000+).  She still had ownership control of her water front home in San Mateo, and she had more than 200,000 dollars in her Palatka bank accounts.

     Leona did not have legal standing to complain about the way co-trustee Lon Jr. had participated in the management of the Family Trust Estate - unless her litigation actions proved that co-trustee Lon Jr. had been dishonest or incompetent in his co-trustee actions in ways that affected both trust agreement estates.

Litigation Goes to Trial

     Leona's Florida attorney (in Palatka, Florida)  corrupted the Florida trial court litigation badly by getting the trial court judge and co-trustee Lon Jr's defense attorney to "cooperate with" his extremely unfair, unethical, and outrageously corrupt litigation scheme to ambush co-trustee Lon Jr. with surprise complaint issues during the one day non-jury Equity Court Trial that was conducted on September 8, 1989.  (Florida trust estate litigation must be conducted in an Equity Court trial, and an Equity Court trial does not have jury participation.) 

     During that trial, Lon Jr. was on the witness stand for hours because he was ambushed during the trial with five additional complaint issues that had not been noticed in the plaintiff's pleadings. 

    The trial judge required co-trustee Lon Jr. to give defensive testimony about each of those additional complaint issues, as well as give testimony about the two complaint issues that had been noticed in the plaintiff's (Leona's) pleadings.

     Although co-trustee Lon Jr's defense attorney was a very smart attorney with more than 20 years experience as a Florida trial attorney in that county (Putnam), he repeated failed to object properly during the trial to the plaintiff's attorney's unfair and unethical litigation scheme to ambush co-trustee Lon Jr. during trial with surprise complaint issues that had not been noticed properly to defendant co-trustee Lon Jr. in the plaintiff's pleadings (plaintiff Leona Willoughby).

     Several months after that trial, Lon Jr. learned  that the Supreme Court of Florida had issued a landmark legal case ruling, years before that trial, that surprise complaint issues were not to be allowed during trial - unless both parties had agreed to litigate additional issues that had not been noticed properly in the plaintiff's pleadings. 

     That situation clearly shows how unfair, unethical, and outrageously corrupt the trial court litigation was.  Marital Trust Estate beneficiary Leona Willoughby's trial attorney's unfair, unethical, and outrageously corrupt litigation scheme and tactics were "cooperated with" by the trial court judge and "also cooperated with" by co-trustee Lon Jr's very smart and very competent and very experienced defense attorney.

     Co-trustee Lon Jr. personally paid about $1350 for the 672 page transcript record of that trial so that official transcript record would be available if he needed to file an appeal of the trial court case. 

     The transcript record showed that co-trustee Lon Jr's defense attorney knowingly and willfully allowed the plaintiff's attorney to ruthlessly and maliciously conduct an extremely unfair, unethical, and corrupt "ambush complaints scheme" during the one-day non-jury trial.   

      The defense attorney objected four times during the trial to the introduction of those additional complaint issues.  Therefore, it was obvious to the trial court judge that the two parties had not mutually agreed to litigate those additional complaints against co-trustee Lon Jr. 

     During the one-day trial, co-trustee Lon Jr. did not understand what type of legal objections his defense attorney should have presented during the trial.  However, Lon Jr. learned many months later that the four objections presented by his defense attorney during the trial were weak objections. That helps explains why the trial court "circuit court judge" denied each of his trial objections.

     The Final Judgment for the litigation was rendered weeks after the trial, and the trial court judge ruled in co-trustee Lon Jr's favor on the two complaint issues that were noticed in the plaintiff's pleadings. 

     However, the judge also ruled against co-trustee Lon Jr. on three of the five surprise complaint issues that were introduced during the trial.  Lon Jr. gave responsible defensive testimony during the trial about those five surprise complaint issues. 

      His testimony was not as complete and detailed as it would have been if he had been noticed properly and timely before trial about those additional five complaint issues.  He was having to remember events and situations that had occurred in years 1/1983 through 12/1985 - several years before the trial on September 8, 1989

     However, the trial transcript clearly showed that co-trustee was the only person in the trial who had a competent knowledge about the estate planning actions that had been taken for the Willoughby trust agreements. 

     The trial court judge and the two opposing attorneys had no responsible knowledge about the complex estate planning issues that co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. had competently managed for his parents. 

     This was probably the first time that any of those three "officers of the court" had ever been involved in litigation about such trust estate issues.

     The two opposing trial attorneys and the trial court judge knowingly and willfully participated in unfair, unethical, and outrageously corrupt litigation that ruthlessly denied co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. basic and fundamental "due process of law standards" for a trial.

     The three "officers of the court" also totally ignored the mandatory Florida Supreme Court landmark case ruling that clearly forbade the introduction of "surprise complaint issues" during trial (without mutual agreement of the parties to litigate those unnoticed complaint issues). 

     The Final Judgment removed Lon Jr. and Larry as co-trustees of the Marital Trust Estate and the Family Trust Estate


Successor Trustee Appointed

     A successor replacement trustee was appointed by the trial court judge for both trust estates in the person of the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) who had come to trial as a witness for plaintiff Leona Willoughby.

     This was the CPA who had completed the filing of the Willoughby parent's Federal Form 1014 income tax returns for several years prior to the trial date (September 8, 1989). 

      During the trial, the CPA had given perjured testimony about Leona's Form 1040 federal income tax returns for the two tax years prior to the trial.  Lon Jr. obtained copies of those tax returns from his mother after the trial.  The CPA had under-reported plaintiff Leona's income for those two tax years by many thousands of dollars. 

     Those Form 1040 tax reports also showed that Leona had been giving about $5,000 per year to charitable causes (the CPA's testimony indicated that she did not have adequate income). 

     The CPA "cooperated with" Leona's trial attorney to try to show that co-trustee Lon Jr. had deprived beneficiary Leona of adequate income from the Marital Trust Estate

     That was also perjured testimony because Leona had always been paid monthly the full amount of income that was earned monthly in the Marital Trust Estate - up to the point in time when co-trustee Larry caused the dispute about monthly trust income distributions. 

     After the Final Judgment was rendered, co-trustee gradually realized that his defense attorney had betrayed him badly during the trial by "cooperating with" the plaintiff's attorney's unfair, unethical, and disgustingly corrupt scheme to ambush co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. during the trial with five surprise complaint issues

     He had not been noticed about those additional five complaint issues prior to trial so he had no opportunity to prepare his defensive testimony about any of those five complaint issues. 

     Co-trustee Lon Jr. was also denied any opportunity to have an expert trust estate planning and administration attorney (from Jacksonville, Florida) come to trial and give defensive testimony about Lon Jr's surprisingly competent co-trustee actions in managing the two Willoughby trust agreement estates.

     Consequently, co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby Jr. had been denied basic "due process of law standards" for an Equity Court Trial. 

     After the Final Judgment was received by first class U.S. mail by Lon Jr. (in Greenville County, SC), he had to quickly learn how to file a Notice of Appeal timely for the Final Judgment rendered by the Circuit Court Judge. 

     That timely filed Notice of Appeal enabled Lon Jr. to have some time to find and retain an appeal attorney located in Daytona Beach, Florida, where the Fifth District Court of Appeal was located. 

     The deceitful unfair, unethical, and outrageously corrupt trial attorney that had represented plaintiff Leona during the trial also represented her as the Appellee during Appellant Lon Jr's appeal case.

     Actions by Appellant Lon Jr's appeal attorney subsequently showed that the attorney knowingly and willfully "cooperated" with Leona's appeal attorney to cause the appeal case to be conducted in an extremely unfair, unethical, and corrupt manner.  

     Lon Jr's appeal attorney had a copy of the trial transcript record which showed clearly that co-trustee Lon Jr. had been ruthlessly ambushed during trial with five additional complaint issues, and the Final Judgment showed that the trial court judge ruled against co-trustee Lon Jr. on three of those five improper surprise complaint issues. 

     The appellant appeal brief that the attorney filed for Appellant Lon Jr. did not report that co-trustee Lon Jr. had been ruthlessly ambushed during trial with five surprise complaint issues. and that appeal brief also did not report that the trial judge had ruled against co-trustee Lon Jr. on three of those five surprise complaint issues. 

     The appellant appeal brief also failed to cite and present an argument issue to show that the Florida Supreme Court's directly on-point landmark case ruling had specifically forbidden the introduction of surprise complaint issues during trial

     Those unfair and unethical appellant attorney actions caused appellant Lon Jr. to lose an appeal case that should have been easy for his appeal attorney to win (as shown above briefly).  

     But you see, Lon Jr's appeal attorney did not want to show on appeal that the two trial attorneys and the circuit court judge had willingly "cooperated" with an extremely unfair, unethical, and corrupt litigation scheme to ambush co-trustee Lon Jr. during the one-day trial. 

     Lon Jr's appeal attorney simply ignored all of that extremely serious miscarriage of justice in the trial court below.  Those actions and inaction's knowingly and willfully caused appellant Lon Jr. to lose his appeal when it should have been easy for the attorney to win that appeal case. 

      That very serious appeal case situation shows clearly how corrupt legal profession members can be by totally ignoring clearly outrageously unfair, unethical, and corrupt litigation actions by other members of the legal profession. 

      Lon's appeal attorney had a copy of the trial transcript that Lon Jr. procured and purchased for about $1,350.  That transcript was also a part of the Record On Appeal that was presented to the three judge appellate panel. 

     The trial transcript record clearly showed that defendant co-trustee Lon Jr. had been ruthlessly ambushed during trial with five additional complaint issues - complaint issues that had not been noticed in the plaintiff's pleadings.  Consequently, co-trustee Lon Jr. had been denied basic and fundamental "due process of law standards" for a trial.     

     The three judge appellate panel knew that such an unfair and unethical trial litigation scheme and tactic was strictly forbidden by the relevant landmark Florida Supreme Court case ruling about surprise complaints

     The trial transcript record showed clearly that both opposing trial attorneys and the trial court judge had totaled ignored that mandatory Florida Supreme Court case ruling during the one-day trial. 

     When Lon Jr. lost that appeal case, it was clear that the three judge appellate court panel had not bothered to review the first part of the trial transcript record which clearly showed an ambush complaints scheme had caused an extremely unfair, unethical, and corrupt trial. 

     At that point in time, Lon Jr. had been betrayed by two prominent and experienced litigation attorneys (trial court and appellate court), and he decided that he would begin representing himself during any further litigation because he could not trust a litigation attorney to represent him in a fair, honest, and responsible manner.

     That type of corrupt litigation process was continued for 20 years, as explained herein.  Lon Jr. had to drive his personal car about 9,000 mile traveling to and from Florida for scheduled litigation hearings and trials - where he repeatedly had to cope with disgustingly corrupt, dishonest, unfair and unethical scheming attorneys (lawyers), multiple unfair, unethical, and corrupt trial court judges, and multiple self-serving unfair and unethical appellate court judges. 

     Lon Willoughby survived more than 20 years of extremely difficult and stressful "related litigation actions" in the state courts of Florida.


Review of Unfair, Unethical Attorney Actions


     Prior to Lon's pro se litigation actions, he was unfairly, unethically, and corruptly betrayed by two litigation attorneys that he retained for two separate litigation cases in the State of Florida. 

     The first attorney betrayal action was in the civil "equity court" case in Putnam County Florida during year 1989

     The second attorney betrayal action was in the following appellate court case (in 1989 - 1990).  That appeal case was supposed to report the extremely unfair, unethical, and outrageously corrupt trial court actions that had occurred in year 1989 against co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby, Jr

     Appellant Lonnie Willoughby's appeal case attorney deceitfully failed to report the trial court attorneys' (two opposing attorneys) extremely unfair, unethical, and corrupt litigation actions that caused co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. to lose a civil litigation equity court trial case that his defense attorney should have won easily. 

     Appellant Lon Willoughby also lost his appeal case about that unfair and unethical trial court case because his appeal case attorney knowingly and willfully betrayed Lonnie Willoughby, Jr's litigation interest in that appeal case. 

     The attorney deceitfully failed to report on appeal the extremely unfair and unethical litigation actions that the trial court transcript clearly showed had occurred against defendant co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. in the circuit court civil litigation case below.

     Appellant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. learned that an appeal attorney will likely act to protect unfair, unethical, and disgustingly corrupt "opposing trial court attorneys" in an appeal case - rather than honestly and ethically report and expose the unfair, unethical, and corrupt opposing trial court attorneys' litigation actions that occurred during the litigation process that is being appealed. 

     Lon learned that appellate court litigation can be easily corrupted in a self-serving manner because the appellant's appeal attorney is not "supposed" to honestly and ethically report (expose) in an appeal case legal brief unfair, unethical, and corrupt attorney litigation actions, schemes and tactics that occurred in the trial court litigation process. 

     Lon also learned that appeal attorneys are not "supposed" to fairly, honestly, and ethically report (expose) in an appeal case unfair, unethical, and corrupt judicial actions by the trial court judge in the trial court case that is being appealed.

     Theoretically, "officers of the court" (attorneys, lawyers, or judges) will not knowingly and willfully perpetrate those kinds of unfair, unethical, and corrupt actions during trial court litigation

     However, If they do perpetrate those kinds of unfair and unethical litigation actions, schemes or tactics during trial court litigation, it is not professionally polite (therefore not appropriate) for an appellant's attorney to report (expose) those kinds of improper litigation actions in the abused appellant's appeal legal brief argument issues to the appellate panel of judges (typically three appellate court judges). 

     That situation illustrates the extreme level of deceit, fraud, and appeal case hypocrisy that is routinely "expected" of an appellant's appeal case attorney in a Florida appeal case litigation. 

     A review of appellant Lon Willoughby's appeal case attorney's appeal litigation actions show that the attorney conducted Lon's appeal case litigation in compliance with those "unwritten, but clearly understood, self-serving deceptive appeal litigation procedures."

     Appellant Willoughby's attorney did his loyal "attorney duty" to responsibly support the "legal profession" by deliberately failing to report the unfair, unethical, and corrupt litigation "ambush complaints" scheme and tactic that caused co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. to lose the litigation dispute in the circuit court civil litigation below. 

     Lon's appeal case should have been easy to win - if Lon's appeal case attorney had been honest and ethical about reporting on appeal the unfair, unethical, and corrupt "ambush complaints" litigation scheme and tactic that was used by the "two opposing trial attorneys.

     The twp volume trial transcript showed that the two opposing trial court attorneys had collusively "cooperated with each other" during the litigation process to willfully cause co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. to lose in the trial court litigation when his "defense attorney" should have won that case (without any reasonable doubt). 

    Lon's appeal case attorney should have also reported in Lon's appeal legal brief argument issues the obviously unfair, unethical, and corrupt actions of the trial court judge below

     The trial transcript showed that the judge knowingly and willfully approved of and cooperated with the very unfair, unethical, and fraudulent and outrageously corrupt trial court litigation scheme and tactics used by the plaintiff's attorney during the one-day "equity court" trial court actions.

     At the time that Lon's appeal case was being presented to the Fifth District Court of Appeal in Daytona Beach, Florida, appellant Lon Willoughby did not realize that appellate court litigation can easily be conducted in a very unfair, corrupt, deceitful and fraudulent manner.

    Lon learned all of this information from the way his first appeal case was conducted in 1989 - 1990

    He also learned more about the unfair, unethical, and self-serving ways that appeal cases can be adjudicated by three appellate court judges in the other seven appeal cases that Lon Willoughby presented in his pro se capacity and lost unfairly and improperly during his Florida litigation actions over a period of 20+ years.


Corrupt County Court Scheme

     In year 1994, Lon had to defend himself from an extremely unfair, unethical, and corrupt County Court Judge who worked collusively with the local "state prosecutor" (called a "solicitor" in South Carolina) to punish Lon Willoughby in malicious and ruthless ways.  Why did they do that? 

     They were continuing ruthless and malicious punishment for non-resident Lon Jr.  for having helped his aging parents develop an excellent estate plan that had minimized federal estate taxes and had also minimized potential probate expenses for both parents

     The County Court Judge and the local "state attorney" located in Palatka, Florida were also ruthlessly and maliciously punishing non-resident litigant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. because he had courageously and responsibly used his appeal case legal briefs several times to expose and report to the appellate court judges extremely unfair, unethical, and disgustingly corrupt judicial actions against him that occurred in Putnam County Florida courts.

     The County Court Judge and the local state "prosecuting attorney" worked together collusively in trying to put non-resident litigant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. in the local Putnam County Jail for about nine months, knowing that that "lock up jail action" would effectively prevent litigant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. from filing his own pro se appeal case legal briefs. 

     They collusively used a false and extremely unfair "criminal contempt of court" complaint  against litigant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. even though he was still living in Greenville County South Carolina. 

     They then prosecuted a fraudulent conviction of that complaint in the Putnam County County Court without non-resident Lonnie Willoughby, Jr.  participating in that "criminal contempt of court" trial. 

Lon's Appeal Case

     Fortunately, defendant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. was able to competently appeal that "criminal contempt of court conviction" in his pro se capacity (where he was litigating without benefit of assistance of an attorney). 

   The local Putnam County "state attorney" was represented in that unfair, unethical, and extremely corrupt County Court "criminal contempt of court" litigation by a female "assistant state prosecutor" who was as dishonest, as unfair, as unethical, and as corrupt as she could have been in that "criminal contempt of court" litigation case. 

     When defendant Lonnie Willoughby filed his appeal case about that corrupt fraudulent "criminal contempt of court" conviction, the same female "assistant state prosecutor" represented the local Putnam County "state prosecutor" in Appellant Willoughby's appeal case. 

     She continued with her unfair and unethical litigation actions throughout that appeal process.  As stated previously, the County Court Judge and the local "state prosecutor" were unfairly and unethically trying to cause non-resident defendant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. to be incarcerated in the local Putnam County Jail (for about nine months). 

     Defendant Lon Willoughby realized that he and wife Janie could suffer serious financial consequences if he lost that appeal case and had to go to jail for about nine months in Putnam County, Florida. 

     If Lon was prevented from operating and managing the corporately owned ABC of Health store in Greenville County, South Carolina for a nine months period of time, the store would have been forced to close.  But Lon Willoughby would have still had an active lease of the store facility which he would have still been responsible for paying monthly lease payments for (and he would have been in jail in Putnam County, Florida and unable to manage that really bad financial situation). 

     His absence from the business for nine months would have effectively destroyed the small health store business, causing Lon and Janie Willoughby to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars of invested money. 

     They would have also lost a lot of invested diligent work that had developed the business's credibility and reputation since Lon opened the business about five years earlier on January 4, 1999

Outcome of Lon's Appeal Case

     Fortunately, Appellant Willoughby won that very important appeal case against the local Putnam County "state prosecutor" by showing on appeal that the County Court Judge did not have valid "subject matter jurisdiction" to prosecute defendant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. about the "criminal contempt of the county court complaint" because that contempt complaint would have had to be prosecuted in the Putnam County Circuit Court, not in the Putnam County County Court.  

     Appellant Lon Willoughby also showed on appeal that there had not been any criminal contempt of the circuit court - the criminal contempt of court complaint and conviction in the county court was an unfair, unethical, and corrupt fabricated complaint by the local County Court Judge and the local Putnam County state prosecutor

     Non-resident litigant Lonnie Willoughby had not taken any litigation action that was a contempt of any Florida court.  Those charges were totally false and were a malicious and ruthless fabrication of evidential facts

     The local Circuit Court Judge, sitting as the appellate court judge for Appellant Lon Jr's appeal case, dismissed the "criminal contempt of the county court" complaint and dismissed the unfair, unethical, and fraudulent "criminal contempt of county court conviction" of non-resident defendant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr.

     NOTE:  It is very important to understand that appellant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. would not have been able to accomplish an appeal case like that (in his pro se capacity) in the State of South Carolina. 

     The Supreme Court of this state has prohibited an appellant from filing an appeal case in their pro se capacity.  The high court ruled, more than 80 years ago, that an appellant is required to have a South Carolina attorney represent the appellant in any appeal case.

     Consequently, any appeal case in this state must be represented by a licensed attorney in this state (at a cost of thousands of dollars for attorney fees).  An appeal litigant is not allowed to represent their own appeal, even if they are competent to present their appeal (as Lon Jr. is competent to do).

     If a litigant is not able financially or not willing to spend several thousand dollars for an appeal attorney to represent their appeal case, the litigant cannot prosecute an appeal in the South Carolina Appellate Court (in Columbia, SC).  It has been this way for more than 80 years - by South Carolina Supreme Court edict. 

     Lon Willoughby has researched that legal edict situation in depth, and he is convinced that the high court's self-serving legal edict is contrary to and in conflict with the clear litigation guidance presented in the Constitution of South Carolina. 

    Lon Willoughby has argued that issue twice in the appellate courts of South Carolina.  The judges simply ignored his competent legal argument issues in unfair self-serving ways.

     Lon Willoughby has reported herein two very important appeal cases that he won in the State of Florida courts proceeding pro se - cases that he could not have won proceeding pro se in South Carolina's appellate court.  

     Lon has carefully researched this situation in South Carolina Law, and he firmly believes the SC Supreme Court's ruling about that issue is in direct conflict with litigation guidance presented in the Constitution of South Carolina. 

     He has presented his argument issues about that very important subject to the Supreme Court of South Carolina.  However, in an unfair self-serving way, they simply ignored his responsible legal argument issues.

     That is one of the judicial issues that Americans 4 Justice-SC will work on improving in the future - through education of members of the South Carolina General Assembly (house and senate representatives).


Extreme Emotional Stress Over 20+ Years

      As stated previously, the Florida litigation process began for co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. in March 1989.  That litigation process was deliberately continued unfairly, corruptly, maliciously and ruthlessly, year after year, by Lon Willoughby's Florida litigation opponents into year 2010.  (20+ years)

     Severely abused and harassed defendant Lonnie Willoughby did not file another appeal case in the ongoing corrupt Florida litigation process during year 2010, and that effectively caused a termination of the corrupt litigation process.

     He had endured 20 years of extremely stressful unfair, unethical, and corrupt Florida litigation, and he realized that there was no practical reason for him to continue the litigation process with another appeal case.

     He had proven several times with his ten appeal cases that the Florida judicial system was usually extremely unfair, unethical, and outrageously corrupt to him - except for the two appeal cases that he managed to win in his pro se capacity

Very Important Stress Factors

     Lon could not have survived all of that extreme emotional stress (during those many years of ongoing related unfair, unethical, and outrageously corrupt litigation actions) without his very special natural health-care and wellness concepts knowledge and his very helpful and very supportive wife (Janie). 

     Those situations are reported in more detail in the Judicial Corruption Exposed Department at our main Natural Health-care and Wellness Concepts educational website (www dot ABCofHealth dot com). 

     "Qualified visitors" will not be able to review that very important website department.  It is only accessible to A4J club members using special security codes.


Review of Lon's Pro Se Appeal Cases

     As shown above, Lon Willoughby did manage to win two appellate court cases out of the nine appeal cases that he personally prosecuted, acting as his own attorney (pro se representation in those appeal cases). 

     Lon's second Florida appeal case reported (exposed) outrageously unfair, unethical, and corrupt attorney trial court actions, and also reported (exposed) unfair, unethical, corrupt, and criminal actions by a circuit court judge (who had previously been a "state prosecuting attorney"). 

     Appellant Lon Willoughby did not litigate by the "unwritten unfair and unethical self-serving appeal case rules" that he had learned about during his first appeal case.  As the abused appellant in each of his pro se appeal cases, he was determined to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.  He did that in his second appeal case - where he represented himself on appeal without an attorney. (pro se representation)

     He won that appeal case, where he appealed the circuit court's corrupt trial court judge's extremely unfair and unethical litigation actions against non-resident defendant litigant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. 

     That extremely unfair and unethical and criminal judicial action was reversed by the Fifth District Court of Appeals appellate court decision. (Court in Daytona Beach, Florida.)  (Lon won that very important appeal case while proceeding pro se.)

     It is very important to report that the three judge panel of appellate judges totally ignored the criminal actions by the circuit court judge and the attorney involved in the trial court actions below. 

     The trial court judge and the plaintiff's attorney  had both cooperated with each other in criminal actions by filing an unfair and unethical official trial court order that had denied Lon Jr. basic and fundamental "due process of law standards" for a motion hearing. 

     They had failed to comply with the three on-point appellate court case law standards that defendant Lon Jr. had given to the judge during the motion hearing.  (Photo copies of three relevant on-point appellate court case law rulings.) 

     The trial court judge had a mandatory duty to comply with those relevant case law rulings, but he ignored all three case law rulings, as if they had never occurred. 

Second Appeal Case

that Lon Jr. won

     The second Florida appeal case that appellant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. won about two years later was about unfair, unethical, and corrupt litigation actions by a county court judge and a female assistant state prosecuting attorney, acting collusively together as they improperly convicted non-resident defendant  Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. of "criminal contempt of the county court." 

     They collusively and corruptly used that unfair and unethical litigation process to try to put defendant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. in the local Putnam County jail (for about nine months). 

     NOTE:  An appeal from a County Court's Final Judgment is taken to the next court up, the local Circuit Court.  An appeal from a Circuit Court's Final Judgment in Putnam County goes to the Fifth District Court of Appeals - located in Daytona Beach, Florida.

     Appellant Lon Willoughby represented himself pro se in that circuit court appeal case, and his appeal legal brief argument issues responsibly reported (exposed) the extremely unfair, unethical, and corrupt judicial actions that had been taken against him in the county court below by the county court judge and the female assistant state prosecuting attorney

     Lon's appeal case argument issues responsibly reported (exposed) extremely unfair and corrupt judicial actions by the county court judge and the female "assistant state prosecuting attorney."

Those two "officers of the court" acted collusively with each other in an extremely unfair and unethical manner to prosecute and convict non-resident defendant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. of "criminal contempt of the county court" when there had not been any contempt of the county court by non-resident litigant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr.   

     That criminal contempt of court prosecution case and the conviction of Lonnie Willoughby occurred through improper, unfair, and unethical corrupt prosecution actions by the local female "assistant prosecuting attorney."

        Non-resident defendant Lon Willoughby (living in South Carolina) did not get suckered into their unfair and unethical litigation scheme.  He did not travel 450 miles and foolishly participate in that improper and illegal trial court "criminal contempt of court" prosecution case  

     Lon understood that if he traveled to Palatka, Florida in a responsible (but foolish) attempt to defend himself, he would be improperly, unfairly, and unethically convicted, and the county court judge would then have had him (defendant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr.) immediately arrested at the trial and incarcerated in the local Putnam County Jail. 

     In that event, defendant Willoughby would not have been able to file and prosecute pro se his appeal case about those extremely unfair, unethical, and corrupt judicial actions and prosecutorial actions

     Lon realized that part of their collusive unfair and unethical scheme was to try to force non-resident defendant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. into a litigation situation where he would need to retain a local "defense attorney" to represent him in that county court litigation case. 

     The county court judge and the "assistant state prosecuting attorney" were trying to force defendant Lonnie Willoughby to have to spend several thousand dollars to retain a local "defense attorney" to represent him in the "criminal contempt of court" litigation case. 

     They knew that the local "defense attorney" would very likely "go along to get along with their litigation scheme" and defendant Lonnie Willoughby would be convicted and then promptly arrested and incarcerated in the Putnam County Jail (for about nine months).  

     Prior to that trial and fraudulent conviction, defendant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. timely filed a Motion to Dismiss their unfair and unethical complaint against him.  That motion explained the reasons why the improper litigation case should be dismissed.

     The county court judge summarily denied Lon's motion and then proceeded to schedule a trial, where non-resident defendant Willoughby was later convicted of "criminal contempt of the county court" even though Lon Willoughby did not attend and participate in that criminal case trial.

     Defendant Willoughby wisely did not travel 450 miles to Putnam County and participate in that trial.  He also did not spend thousands of dollars to retain a local "defense attorney" to represent him in that unfair and unethical litigation case.  However, Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. did timely initiate an appeal litigation case about that "criminal contempt of court" case conviction.

      Defendant Willoughby also did not spend thousands of dollars to retain a local Putnam County attorney to represent him in that appeal case.  He had already learned that he could not trust any Florida attorney to represent him competently and honestly in any appeal case.

     Lon also realized that he had already learned how to present his own appeal case, proceeding in his pro se capacity (without attorney assistance), so he had already planned to appeal any conviction that occurred in that criminal contempt case. 

     Appellant Willoughby then presented his entire appeal case without traveling to Florida by using the U.S. Mail system to communicate with the local Putnam County Clerk of Court and his involved assistant clerk of court staff members. 

     Lon timely filed his Notice of Appeal, paid both of the county court and circuit court appeal filing fees to the Clerk of Court, and he instructed the Clerk of Court personnel about preparing the "Record on Appeal" (Lon's selection of evidential documents from within the official litigation record in the county court's "criminal contempt of court case"). 

     Lon Willoughby then used the USPS mail system to pay the bill for the preparation of that "Record on Appeal" and Lon then had the Clerk of Court personnel process and present all of Willoughby's appeal case documents for his appeal case to the local Putnam County Circuit Court (where his appeal case would be conducted).

        Appellant Willoughby's appeal legal brief reported that the county court judge did not have "subject matter jurisdiction" of the criminal contempt of court complaint issue that Lon Willoughby had been improperly prosecuted for and convicted of as a non-resident defendant (Lon lived  in South Carolina). 

     "Subject matter jurisdiction" of that alleged criminal contempt of court complaint issue was in the circuit court, not in the county court.  It was improper for the county court judge to prosecute defendant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. for that alleged "criminal contempt of court" complaint

     Appellant Willoughby's appeal legal brief argument issues also reported that there had not been any "criminal contempt of court" - of either court (the county court or the circuit court).

     Lon's appeal legal brief also reported that the criminal contempt of court complaint was an unfair and unethical illegal fabricated complaint about an issue that was not a contempt of the county court and not a contempt of the circuit court.


Review of Appellate Court Processes

     The circuit court judge, sitting as a single appellate court judge, recognized that appellant Willoughby's legal arguments on appeal were correct, and he ruled in appellant Willoughby's favor by dismissing the criminal contempt of court conviction of defendant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. 

     That extremely unfair, unethical, and corrupt trial court litigation process shows that Florida judicial actions and Florida "state prosecutor actions" can be outrageously unfair, unethical, and corrupt.    

     The county court judge and the "assistant prosecuting attorney" had willfully and wantonly tried to wreak Lon Willoughby's life by putting him in the Putnam County Jail for nine months (when they knew, or should have known that he had not done anything that was a criminal contempt of court - of any Florida court). 

     Those unfair and unethical litigation actions would have destroyed the corporate health store business in Greenville, South Carolina that Lon and Janie had invested their lifetime savings in (many thousands of dollars).  Lon had also worked in that business since January 4, 1999, typically working 80 to 90 hours weekly to help develop that new business.

     That Florida county court litigation case would have also caused Mrs. Diane Owen (Lon's assistant store manager), to lose her job. 

     That Florida litigation case would have also caused several hundred health store customers to lose the very important natural healthcare assistance that the health store had been providing in a competent and responsible manner for several years.  

Punishment for Corrupt Litigation

     What should have happened to those two corrupt "officers of the court."  (The county court judge and the assistant state attorney.)     

    The improper litigation actions that the county court judge and the assistant state prosecutor attorney unfairly, unethically, and corruptly took against non-resident defendant Lonnie Willoughby was so bad and so extremely fraudulent that the county court judge should have been removed as a judge, and he should have had his license to practice law in Florida revoked permanently. 

     The "assistance prosecuting attorney" should have also been removed from her position, and she should have had her license to practice law in the state of Florida revoked permanently. 

     So what kind of disciplinary actions were taken against those two extremely corrupt despotic and tyrannical Florida government employees? 

     No punishment of any type was made to the extremely corrupt county court judge or to the extremely corrupt "assistant prosecuting attorney."  No responsible effort was made to punish either one of those "officers of the court" in any manner.      

     They did not even get a written reprimand (a slap on the hand type punishment).

     They probably laughed all the way to the bank as they cashed their next salaried Florida pay check.

     Lon Willoughby has learned that such unfair and unethical and outrageously corrupt judicial actions can happen any time the local judge (county court judge or circuit court judge) and the local "state prosecuting attorney" collusively choose to litigate in that outrageously unfair and corrupt manner

     Nothing stops them from those outrageously corrupt judicial and prosecution actions because they already know that there will not be any responsible investigation and therefore no punishment of any type for their outrageously unfair, unethical, and corrupt litigation actions. 

     As shown with Lon Willoughby's appeal case, extremely corrupt judicial litigation actions and/or extremely corrupt litigation actions by a "state prosecuting attorney" will not be investigated and prosecuted - even when they are clearly exposed during an appeal case, as exposed by appellant Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. during his circuit court appeal case.

     Fortunately, non-resident defendant Lonnie Willoughby had learned enough about litigation actions and litigation procedures that he was able to defend himself on appeal, in his pro se capacity, from those extremely unfair and unethical and outrageously corrupt litigation actions. 

     As reported previously herein, Lon Willoughby had also defended himself successfully in a previous Florida appellate court case when he won his appeal case against an unfair, unethical, and disgustingly corrupt circuit court judge (who had previously been a state prosecuting attorney).

     Lon Willoughby's appeal briefs for that appeal, and the Record on Appeal, proved conclusively that the circuit court judge had knowingly and willfully issued an extremely unfair, unethical, and corrupt "summary judgment order" that was extremely detrimental to litigant Lonnie Willoughby (living in South Carolina). 

     The corrupt circuit court judge had knowingly and willfully tried to totally destroy Willoughby's very valid strong counterclaim case of "deceit, fraud and legal malpractice" against the local attorney and his law firm that was involved in that extremely unfair, unethical, and outrageously corrupt "summary judgment order."

     That corrupt judicial order had improperly ruled in favor of an extremely dishonest and corrupt attorney that had previously betrayed co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. in trial court litigation in that same county (Putnam County) in September 1989.

     That judicial situation shows how extremely corrupt a Florida litigation case can be, even when conducted by a circuit court judge who had previously been a Florida state prosecuting attorney before he was elected as a circuit court judge.

     Co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby has previously reported herein that he lost his first Florida appeal case in 1989-1990 (about that same attorney's betrayal of co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby during a one-day civil action trial by deceit, fraud, and legal malpractice). 

     As previously reported herein, Appellant Lonnie Willoughby lost that appeal case because the appeal case attorney (that appellant Lonnie  Willoughby, Jr. had retained to present that appeal case) knowingly and willfully betrayed appellant Lonnie Willoughby litigation interest in that appeal case. 

     The appeal attorney knowingly and willfully caused Appellant Willoughby to lose his appeal case when Lon's appeal attorney "cooperated" with the opposing party's attorney to deceitfully cause appellant Willoughby to lose that appeal case. 

     Lon's appeal case attorney failed to expose the extremely unfair, unethical, and outrageously corrupt judicial actions that had occurred in the trial court below that were extremely unfair and unreasonable to co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby, Jr.

    Lon's appeal case attorney willfully chose to collusively "cooperate" with the unfair, dishonest, unethical collusive "ambush complaints" scheme and tactic that had been used against co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby by the plaintiff's attorney in the circuit court trial below. 

     Co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby's defense attorney for that trial court case had more than twenty years experience in Florida litigation when he knowingly and willfully "allowed" five "ambush complaints" to be presented by the plaintiff's attorney during a one-day "equity court" trial (non-jury trial) without making proper objections to the presentation of those surprise "ambush" complaint issues.  

     Those unfair and unethical and illegal "ambush complaints litigation tactics" occurred when the plaintiff's attorney and the "defense attorney" (defendant co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby's "defense attorney") collusively "cooperated" with each other during the litigation process to cause an extremely unfair, unethical, and fraudulent outcome for the Final Judgment rendered in that trial court case.

     Those extremely unfair, unethical, and fraudulent trial court actions were successful because the presiding circuit court judge had knowingly and willfully "cooperated" with the plaintiff's attorney's improper and illegal "ambush complaints" litigation scheme and tactic at trial.

     The extremely unfair and unethical circuit court judge who presided over that one-day equity court (non-jury) trial on September 8, 1989 was extremely unfair, unethical, and corrupt.

     That was shown clearly in the FINAL JUDGMENT rendered for that case - where the judge ruled against defendant co-trustee Lonnie Willoughby, Jr. on three of the five surprise "ambush complaints" that were introduced for the first time after the one-day non-jury trial had started. 

     Those litigation tactics were an extreme denial of "due process of law standards" in Florida courts, and the circuit court judge surely knew that.

     As reported previously herein, Appellant Lon Willoughby lost his appeal case about those outrageously corrupt litigation actions because his appeal case attorney betrayed appellant Lonnie Willoughby in the appeal legal brief argument issues presented for that appeal.

     Appellant Willoughby's appeal case attorney knowingly and willfully failed to honestly and responsibly report in Lon Willoughby's appeal case argument issues the rather obvious unfair, unethical, and corrupt litigation actions that occurred in the circuit court "equity court" trial litigation below - as shown clearly in the trial transcript record of that one-day trial. 

     That appeal case showed Lon how disgustingly unfair and corrupt, in self-serving judicial ways, the appeal process can be. 

     Lon's appeal case attorney could have easily won that appeal case, but he deliberately failed to report the extremely unfair and unethical litigation scheme and tactics used in the trial court below to defeat a very competent and very responsible co-trustee (Lonnie Willoughby, Jr.).

Review of Some Other Appeal Cases

     Lon Willoughby filed and prosecuted pro se seven other Florida appeal cases in the Fifth District Court of Appeals.  The appeal court judges (three judge panel) ruled against him in each of those appeal cases, and the appellate court judges refused to write a judicial opinion (decision) for each of those cases.

     They refused to state (explain) why Willoughby's appeal arguments were not approved (there was no valid legal basis for the three appeal judges to disapprove of his legal brief argument issues).

     If the three appellate court judges that ruled on each of appellant Willoughby's other seven appeals in the Florida appellate court had been fair, honest, and ethical judges, Lon would have won each of those seven appeal cases.

     It is a lot of difficult legal work and a lot of expense for an appellant to prosecute an appeal case.  Consequently, a sensible appellant will not attempt to prosecute an appeal case unless he/she has strong appellate court case arguments and has supporting documentary evidence in the official litigation records for the trial court case to present to the three appellate court judges in the appeal case Record on Appeal

     Lon Willoughby has learned that appellate court judges are generally "elitist" who can rule against an appellant any time they choose to do so, without having to state why they did not agree with and approve of the appellant's appeal argument issues. 

     In subsequent appeal litigation, Lon Willoughby learned that there is nothing practical that a losing appellant can do about an extremely unfair and unreasonable appellate court appeal case decision.  They can be as unfair and unethical and corrupt as they choose to be, knowing that the abused appellant cannot do anything practical about their unfair and unethical self-serving ruling.

     The losing appellant can only appeal one of those appellate court decisions to the Supreme Court of the United States, and Lon did that twice. 

     Those two appeal cases taught Lon Willoughby that it is a lot of appeal litigation work (hundreds of hours) and a lot of expense (thousands of dollars in attorney fees unless one proceeds pro se) to complete one of those very difficult appeal cases. 

    The appeal case legal brief has to be published in a small book format, about 6" by 9" in size, with printing on both sides of the page with a limited number of those small pages, where everything in the appeal brief must be retyped without using a small font, and no photocopies of anything are allowed in the small size appeal brief.  

     Therefore, all evidential orders from the trial court litigation and the appellate court litigation below, and all other evidential documents submitted in the appeal brief, and all official transcript records must be retyped to fit into that small book format. The appellant must then have the appeal brief "book" printed and then send the high court 40 copies of that appeal brief "book." 

     Lon went though that ridiculously unreasonable laborious typing and publishing process twice before he learned that the chances of getting the nine justices of the high court to responsibly review one of those appeal cases is less than one thousandth of one percent (1/1000%).   He will never do that again, under any conceivable circumstances.

     Lon Willoughby litigated over a period of 20+ years in the Florida trial courts and appellate courts.  That caused more than 17,000+ hours of litigation work for Lon Willoughby - which is equivalent to more than seven years of work at 40 hours per week for his Florida litigation work.

    Lonnie Willoughby has zero confidence in the fairness and honesty of Florida trial court attorneys, or Florida trial court judges, or Florida appeal case attorneys, or Florida's state prosecuting attorneys, and he has very little confidence in Florida appellate court judges.

     Lon also learned that trying to get the nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court to render a responsible review of an unfair and unethical civil action appeal case decision (in a state court appeal case or in a federal case appeal case) is almost always a waste of time, effort, and money.


Summary of Lon's Litigation Experiences

     Lon Willoughby learned that in most situations, members of the legal profession in Florida (and likely in other USA states) will act in any self-serving way feasible to try to make the legal profession look good, even when members of the legal profession have proceeded during trial court litigation in conniving, scheming, extremely unfair, unethical, and outrageously corrupt ways

     Lon Willoughby has concluded that the whole litigation process in American courts will usually be conducted in unfair, unethical, and corrupt self-serving ways whenever those actions provide substantial benefits to members of the local area legal profession - whenever such self-serving benefits can be obtained in a litigation process.

     Attorneys (lawyers) and judges know they can get away with such unfair, unethical litigation tactics because there will not be a fair and responsible investigation, prosecution, and punishment system for attorneys and judges when they conduct litigation actions using unfair, unethical, deceitful, and fraudulent tactics

     Those investigative and prosecution actions are controlled by members of the legal profession, and litigant Lon Willoughby found that they will likely look out for and take care of members of the legal profession in a self-serving corrupt manner, as shown in the litigation examples reported herein.

      Lon Willoughby's litigation experiences in Florida courts were continued over 20+ years to punish him in malicious and ruthless ways because he had the naive audacity to object to and appeal the extremely unfair, unethical, and outrageously corrupt manner in which he had been treated during his first trial on September 8, 1989

     He had no idea during his first appeal case (November - December 1989) that those very corrupt judicial actions would show that the Florida judicial system was a ruthless self-serving criminal enterprise.

     Think about the outrageous level of judicial corruption that appellant Lonnie Willoughby reported (exposed) in the two appeal cases that are reported above.

     "Qualified visitors" can now understand why Lon Willoughby considers the litigation systems in Florida to be highly developed forms of self-serving organized crime against gullible and naive trusting brain-washed citizens.

     For the most part, Lon found that the judicial systems in Florida are usually a big, massive, corrupt fraud upon the public trust at large.

     If the litigation system is that unfair, unethical, and corrupt, why was Lonnie Willoughby able to win two appeals cases out of ten appeal cases?

     He won two appeal cases because his appeal argument issues were so clear and so valid and so strongly supported by the official litigation records (the Record on Appeal) and so strongly supported by the relevant controlling legal standards that it left the appellate court with no reasonable viable choice except to rule in appellant Willoughby's favor. 

     That occurred in two of Lon's appeal cases where the appellate court needed to write a legal opinion for the appeal case.  Keep in mind that those situations occurred only because Lonnie Willoughby was presenting his appeal arguments in his pro se capacity

     As shown herein, Lon Willoughby would not have been able to make those same appellant arguments through representation by a Florida licensed attorney.  They simply are not going to argue and expose extremely unfair and unethical attorney actions and unfair and unethical corrupt judicial actions, the way Lonnie Willoughby did in his pro se capacity appellant legal briefs.

     Could the appellate court have ruled against appellant Willoughby even in those circumstances?

     Yes, they could have caused an extremely unfair and unethical and corrupt appeal decision for each of Lon's appeal cases - because they can literally do anything they want to do knowing that they will  almost certainly get away with it

     Fortunately, the appellate court chose to not render an outrageously corrupt written appeal decision for each of those two appeal cases. 

     "Qualified visitors" can see clearly from these two appeal cases why it is very smart to avoid travel into any state in the United States of America that one does not permanently reside within. 

      Lon has learned to stay at home;  he will not  voluntarily travel into any other state in the USA not even into North Carolina - the state where he grew up and where most of his relatives live. 

      Something bad may not happen during travel in another state, but if something bad does happen in a distant state that causes an "out of state traveler" to get involved in litigation, as shown herein, that litigation can wreck a life for many years. 

     Those situations can also cost a lot of money - if the attorneys and judges involved choose to be unfair and unethical.  Obviously, it can be beneficial to their legal profession members to cause litigation situations that can cost you a lot of money in their corrupt courts - while you are trying to responsibly defend yourself in "their corrupt courts." 

Additional Information

     Law schools are typically difficult academic education programs that require about four years of additional education, after one has completed an appropriate four-year college education.  Therefore, students who have successfully completed a law school education program are usually very smart individuals who complete about eight years of college level education to obtain their Law Degree

     Lon Jr's pro se litigation actions in the State of Florida caused him to litigate against attorneys and trial court judges who were law school graduates who also had many years of actual litigation experiences. 

     They were all smart people who knew how to use the Florida legal system for their advantage in each legal situation because this was their regular occupation. 

     In addition, they had easy access to the Florida legal research library in their local area, and they did not have to travel hundreds of miles (for many hours) to attend and participate in a litigation motion hearing, a deposition, or a trial occurrence. 

     They had all of those advantages, and non-resident Lon Jr. had none of those advantages because he lived in Greenville County, South Carolina. 

     The law library in Greenville did not have the special Florida legal research publications that he needed to review, so he had to purchase five hundred dollars worth of those Florida litigation research books from the book publisher just to get started with his Florida litigation research actions.  (Each of those ten books cost about $50.00). 

     He also had to travel about 450 miles (about nine hours) to attend and participate in most of the litigation events that occurred (he made nine trips to Florida during the litigation process at 900 to 1000 miles per trip). 

     Lon Jr. gradually learned that he was in a very difficult and precarious situation - trying to cope with smart and experienced trial attorneys and trial judges who did anything they could collusively do (corruptly) to make the litigation process as complex, confusing, as difficult, and as expensive for non-resident Lon Jr. as they could make it. 

     Lon now realizes that these extremely unfair and illegal litigation situations can probably occur in any states in the United States of America.  

     Remember that they did these types of things to Lon Jr. repeatedly for 20+ years, through a series of successor corrupt self-serving trial court judges.  


Lon's Litigation Actions in South Carolina

      Lon Willoughby has also had important litigation experiences in the state of South Carolina.  Those litigation experiences taught him that litigation in this state can also be extremely unfair, unethical, and corrupt.  He learned that it is extremely difficult for a litigant to do anything meaningful about unfair, unethical, and corrupt litigation actions in the State of South Carolina. 

     Lon learned that it can also be very dangerous to travel into other counties within this state because of those potential litigation situations. 

     He has had less experience litigating in South Carolina courts, but the limited experience that he has obtained has shown him that South Carolina trial courts can also easily operate in unfair, unethical, and outrageously corrupt ways that are self-serving for some members of the legal profession

     That situation is especially true with regard to the appeal processes in this state.  The appeal process in this state is even worse than in Florida because an appellant is not allowed to present any argument on appeal in their pro se capacity

     As explained previously, any appellant is required to have an attorney represent any appeal argument issues because no pro se argument is allowed for appeal court cases

Judicial Corruption Exposed Department

     Members of Americans 4 Justice-SC can read about some of Lon Willoughby's other challenging litigation experiences at our main Natural Healthcare and Wellness Concepts educational website in the Judicial Corruption Exposed Department.  That special department is only available for review by  members of our A4J private education club.

     Lon has presented herein very important education about judicial systems in Florida and South Carolina - education that every competent responsible patriotic-minded American adult citizen needs to learn about. 

     Unfortunately, Lon must limit our promotion of this vital education to selected upstate South Carolina ZIP Code areas, as explained previously - for the multiple reasons that are explained in the Home Department of this introductory education website.

Delayed Educational Actions

     The litigation actions in Florida over a 20+ years period of time delayed Lon Willoughby's responsible natural healthcare education actions badly, but he was still determined to continue going forward with those very important education actions

     He realized that thousands of American adult citizens were suffering and dying prematurely weekly in the United States of America because they had not been educated about the vital health concepts and natural healthcare and wellness concepts that Lon Willoughby wanted to make available to many American adult citizens.

     Lon realized that he knew how to help many American adult citizens live a much better life. 

     The fact that he had survived 20+ years of extremely unfair, unethical, malicious and ruthlessly corrupt litigation actions in Florida courts and had also managed to keep the corporate natural health products store in business through all of those harassment, persecution, and extreme punishment actions was solid verifiable proof that Lon had learned a lot of very important and very valuable natural healthcare and wellness concepts knowledge

    He had learned how one can keep a human body healthy and strong under extremely difficult physical and emotional conditions.

    After the Florida litigation actions ended in year 2010, Lon and wife Janie continued working together to make additional progress with Lon's natural healthcare education services objectives at the ABC of Health store.  The store was now located in Mauldin, South Carolina because the store had been moved to the Mauldin store location during the days right after Christmas Day in year 2009

     That Mauldin store business was continued until April 24, 2014, when the ABC of Health store was closed permanently. 

     Lon had finally learned why we could not compete price-wise with the crushing competition from large businesses in the Greenville area (Costco, Sam's Club, Target, Vitamin Shoppe, Walmart, Whole Foods, many chain type grocery stores and many chain type pharmacy stores) plus the very difficult competition that had developed on the Internet. 

     Amazon dot com and several other large Internet nutrition product businesses had started selling nutrition supplement products at big discount prices that we could not compete with.

     Lon finally learned in year 2013 that our small company did not have enough purchasing capacity to get the same discounted wholesale prices that the big businesses were getting when they purchased nutrition type products in large dollar value for resale. 

     Lon finally learned that the big businesses were able to purchase their nutrition products for about 25% less than we were paying "wholesale" for our product purchases for resale.  Consequently, we could not compete with the big businesses on product prices for the same or similar products.

     However, after the ABC of Health health store was closed permanently in Mauldin on April 24, 2014, Lon and Janie Willoughby continued ABC of Health as an educational business because they both realized that Lon had learned some very important and very valuable natural healthcare and wellness concepts.       

     They knew that millions of American adults needed access to Lon's very important and very valuable natural healthcare and wellness concepts knowledge, and they wanted to develop a practical way to make that vital educational information available to as many American adult citizens as possible.

     Their educational work continued in year 2014 with the initial development of this introductory Advanced Natural Health Concepts educational website

     Lon and Janie were developing "state of the art" Internet based natural healthcare and wellness concepts educational services that Lon envisioned could teach selected American adults citizens how to improve their lifestyle and improve and protect their natural health in very important ways that are very valuable.

     "Qualified visitors" get introduced to some of those super important and valuable natural healthcare concepts educational services in this Part One autobiographical educational website. 

     The developmental education work for this website continued for more than eight years (5/2014 to 9/2022).  That complex work consumed many thousands of hours of work time for Lon and Janie.

     They were responsibly concerned about the many American adult citizens who likely needed Lon's special natural healthcare and wellness concepts educational services.


Overview Summary of Our
Natural Healthcare Services

     IMPORTANT NOTE:  The introductory paragraphs below provide a summary of the very important and valuable natural healthcare and wellness concepts educational services that ABC of Health offers to "qualifiableAmerican adult citizens.

     This same summary is presented in some other departments because key words are contained herein that help Internet Search Engines work better with this website.

     After you have reviewed this helpful summarized information one time, you can simply scroll down past this overview summary when you review other departments that contain this same summarized information.

     Natural Health Education Services: Two of our education websites contain special natural health concepts that are "free to review" for "qualified visitors" as explained in this website. 

     Those "qualified visitors" can also help other apparently "qualified visitors" learn about this special introductory educational website

     This website can help other apparently "qualified visitors" understand why it is very important to improve their lifestyles (enjoy a more enjoyable and likely less expensive and longer healthier life) 

     However, in order to begin using some of our copyrighted natural healthcare and wellness concepts, "qualified visitors" must agree to comply responsibly with the Conditions stated in our Copyright Information Department and the Conditions stated in our Terms of Use Department - as published at our main Natural Healthcare and Wellness Concepts educational website (www dot ABCofHealth dot com/)

     ABC of Health also offers Natural Healthcare and Wellness Concepts Consultation Services with Lon Willoughby by telephone for A4J club members (they live in the upstate area of South Carolina - within a 60-mile radius of downtown Greenville) 

     We have a very reasonable fee structure for these Natural Healthcare and Wellness Concepts Consultation Services.

     Lon can conduct convenient consultations by telephone that may be very helpful to A4J club member individuals, or married couples, or families (with children living at home with their parents).

     Lon suggests that all consultations be conducted with a landline type telephone connection if possible - to avoid cell phone type radiation into the very sensitive head area for an extended period of time.  That radiation can be damaging to brain, ear, and eye tissue.

     If there are teenagers in a family, and a landline telephone with speakerphone capability is available for use - it may be important to include teenagers in the family telephone consultation session

    Lon Willoughby can structure the telephone consultation to also be beneficial to teenagers, in addition to the consultation information that is provided for direct benefit to the parents (This situation depends upon the personal sensitivity of the healthcare information that will likely be involved in the consultation session).

     Our telephone consultations can quickly inform A4J club members about how Lon Willoughby can help with some very important natural healthcare and wellness concepts.

     Telephone consultation services offer the advantages of being a fast and convenient way for A4J club members to learn about some specific alternative health type natural healthcare and wellness concepts that can be helpful for specific healthcare concerns and issues

     These very convenient consultation opportunities can enable A4J club members to quickly obtain very valuable natural healthcare and wellness concepts information at very reasonable cost.

     The copyrighted Natural Healthcare and Wellness Concepts that we teach in our six-lessons A4J Natural Healthcare and Wellness Concepts Educational Services will educate our A4J club members about some very important and very valuable natural healthcare and wellness concepts

    Lon knows how to teach these special healthcare concepts in a manner that is easy for A4J club members to understand and easy to learn, and our natural healthcare and wellness concepts will be easy to use in achieving very important improvements in the personal lifestyle of A4J club members.

     These remarkable natural healthcare and wellness concepts improvements can benefit A4J club members in very important ways

     Our special copyrighted education can enable A4J club members to live more enjoyable lives that will likely have more productivity and more achievements and more success than they would have likely had with their previous diet and lifestyle.

     Our incredibly important and valuable six-lessons A4J Natural Healthcare and Wellness Concepts Home-study Education Services are available only from our company (ABC of Health) because we own numerous copyrighted natural healthcare and wellness concepts that are presented in the healthcare education  services that we teach our A4J club members.

     We are the only company authorized to teach our healthcare education services because we must carefully control the security-status evaluation of each applicant's qualifications for joining our exclusive A4J Private Education Club.

     Our main Natural Healthcare and Wellness Concepts educational website educates our A4J club members about very important natural  healthcare and wellness concepts that are involved with a broad variety of healthcare subjects such as:

healthcare consultations, healthcare classes, healthcare concepts education programs, herbs, enzymes, minerals, nutraceuticals, probiotics, proteins, vitamins (food derived and manufactured), etc 

     Lon Willoughby also present important education about: air filters, air purifiers, water filters, bathing water filters, bathtub filters, shower filters, water purifiers, water alkalizers, water ionizers, CHI styled exercisers, quality-built rebounder exercisers, and far-infrared (FIRportable saunas.

     The natural healthcare products and services listed above illustrate the broad range of important healthcare issues that our resident natural healthcare consultant and  nutrition consultant and healthy lifestyle consultant is knowledgeable about(Lon Willoughby)    

      Lon has acquired special advanced level  natural healthcare and wellness concepts education and experiences with many  important health-promoting products and  alternative health and "complementary health" type natural healthcare and wellness concepts and services.

Natural healthcare actions = healthcare actions

without using pharmaceutical type drugs.




Helpful Information For You

       This website is viewed best with Arial font - Medium Size (10)You may be able to select parameters on your browser by using View (set text size) and Tools (Internet Options - select Font and then select the Font Size) 

     Our Contact ABC of Health Department provides a convenient Email Form that makes it easy to send a quick email communications to ABC of HealthPlease title your Subject line as suggested therein.

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     If you appreciate the very important and valuable copyrighted and proprietary natural healthcare and wellness concepts education services that are presented "free to review" at this website, it will be helpful to us if you will take a few minutes to send us an email that tells us how our "free to review" healthcare and wellness concepts education services have been helpful to you

     Lon wants to know how you feel about the very important healthcare and wellness concepts education that is introduced at this website.  He really does like to hear from "qualified visitors." 

    IMPORTANT E-MAIL INFO:  If you want to retain a copy of your email, just use your usual method of sending emails and send your email to:


ABCofHealth@live.com 


     You will then retain a copy of your email in your email Sent Folder; you can also send yourself a carbon copy (Cc) of your email. 

     If you prefer more convenience, you can visit our Contact ABC of Health Department and use our convenient Email Form to send your email, but you will not retain a personal copy of that email.  

     Your email to us can simply express how you feel about our dedicated efforts to help "qualified visitors" get introduced to some very important and very valuable natural healthcare and wellness concepts

     Our introductory education can help them become more responsible about taking better care of their precious natural health. They may benefit from those vital healthcare actions for the rest of their life.

    If you have been a customer or client in our  unique Health and Wellness Store or our Natural Healthcare Concepts Educational Business, it will be helpful to us if you will take a few minutes to express your feelings about the way ABC of Health has served your natural healthcare concerns and interests. 

    NOTE:  If you want to retain a copy of your email, please use the alternate email procedure that was explained above (use your usual email system)

    Your constructive comments about us can be very helpful to first-time "qualified visitors" who are trying to evaluate our credibility and trust-worthiness as a competent and responsible natural healthcare and wellness concepts education company.

  

Additional E-Mail Information


      When we respond to your email, our response may go into your "Junk email or Spam email file" until you direct your email system to recognize our email as a good email and then begin presenting our emails in your email Inbox.

      It is very important to always check your "E-mail Junk File and your E-mail Spam File" each time you check your email to help you avoid losing some good emails. 

     We check our E-mail Junk File and Spam File daily, and we frequently have some good emails that got sent to one of those files instead of being sent to our E-mail Inbox 

     We understand that emails that get stored in our E-mail Junk File or our E-mail Spam File will be deleted automatically after ten days of storage (if we have not taken actions to move any good emails into our E-mail Inbox before the 10-day period expires for each individual email)

     When we find important emails in our E-mail Junk File or Spam File, as we frequently do, we simple move them into our E-mail inbox.  

     We do that easily by selecting the three-dot icon (or three-line icon) at the top right of the display screen and then select the "move" function in the listing of actions that appear vertically.   We routinely move those good emails to our E-mail Inbox.



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