In 2013, Marsha Keeffer received a citation from the Professional Fiduciary Bureau.
In short, she made a mistake.
The full story is this: a client lodged a false complaint against her. The Bureau investigated and found the complaint itself groundless, but cited her for charging the client for her time related to the investigation.
Marsha was cleared in open court by the Superior Court Judge who oversaw the case. The Judge approved her accounting and the fees charged for time related to the investigation. The citation will be on her record for seven years.
If you have further questions, please contact Marsha directly.