Benefits to Marie A. Cheatham, Daniel T. Cheatham, Johanna Bice and Jessica Cheatham for death of Elvina Roloff 1. More money in Cheatham family's pockets because medical costs would reduce their inheritance. 2. More money from contracts payable-on-death to M. Cheatham because Elvina Roloff could not modify the contracts. 3. Gifting of house to M. Cheatham becomes irrevokable. 4. Extra benefits for Elvina's death before February 10, 2001, when her son arrived from Texas. (Elvina died February 7, 2001, just four days after coming under the care of Marie's family.) 4.1 Hide money trail which benefits the Marie's family because Marie would not release financial documents after the death of Elvina. Whereas, Elvina would have allowed her son to look at her records. 4.2 Elvina's "Do Not Rescitate" document could not be challenged. Elvina's son would have challenged the legality of the document and made sure that all the preconditions for it's effect were met. 4.3 Cheatham family can avoid repaying personal loans from Elvina. 5. Reduce Marie's family's embarrasment over financial and emotional abuse of Elvina , as documented in financial records and her personal diaries, because Marie would not release Elvina's personal diaries after the death of Elvina. Whereas, Elvina would have allowed her son to look at her personal diaries. 6. Reduce Cheatham family's risk of being sued for slander by Elvina Roloff's son by withholding evidence contained in her personal diary. 7. Ending sleep deprivation for Cheatham family.
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