The US~Observer has received a detailed complaint against Arizona attorneys Oksana Holder and Monica Limón-Wynn and their other alleged co-conspirator’s listed below. According to the complaint, “their entire motive was to enrich themselves and use their client as their own piggy bank.”
The complaint claims they began their 2022 smear campaign against the management of Lynn Cole Capital at the time, by claiming excessive expenses and money laundering. The money laundering accusations were reportedly proven false shortly after they took over the company.
The complaint continues, “After they used these smears to take over the company, in the next 12 months the real estate expenses of the company increased by over 100%. Of course, an additional increase in expense went directly to Limón-Wynn as well as other contractors referred by Limón-Wynn. This presumably put Limón-Wynn in a de-facto CEO management position which could be deemed a conflict of interest.”
Attorney Oksana Holder was reportedly fired months ago, according to a US~Observer source.
The US~Observer believes an ethics complaint should be filed with the Arizona State Bar Association as well as the Attorney General of Arizona.
Here is the list of people and contractors potentially involved:
Limon-Wynn Law, PLLC, Monica Limón-Wynn
Scottsdale Family Law PLLC, Oksana Holder
Bullseye Precision Bookkeeping, Janice Nordmark
Cordova & Jones PC, Douglas Jones
Service Star Realty, Dora Pinter
Service Star Realty, David Swaim
Kaczmarek & Jojola PLLC, Derek Kaczmarek
Kaczmarek & Jojola PLLC, David Jojola
Fromm Smith & Gadow PC, Stephen Smith
Gorman Consulting Group, Mark Hughes
The US~Observer sent this press release to those named above asking them to respond to the accusations. Not one of them have responded.
If you or someone you know have any complaints about anyone listed above, please contact Edward Snook, Head of Investigations for the US Observer at (541)-474-7885 or by email to email@example.com.