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Conservatorship Hearing Draws 70 in Nashville
A public hearing to gather information about how current conservatorship law is working or could be improved drew about 70 people to the Tennessee Bar Center today (Sept. 20), including more than a dozen who spoke of problems they or their family members have had with conservatorships. The hearing was the first of four scheduled across Tennessee to provide an opportunity for lawyers, community leaders and citizens to discuss what works with the present conservatorship law and how practice and procedure could be improved. You can see video from today's hearing or additional hearings held across the state. Photos by Barry Kolar.
Pam Wright (left) chairs the TBA committee studying conservatorship law.
Bill Barrick and Rebecca Blair are members of the TBA committee studying conservatorship law.
TBA Executive Director Allan Ramsaur is a member of the TBA committee studying conservatorship law.
Andra Hedrick is a member of the TBA committee studying conservatorship law.
Ginger Franklin spoke before the committee.
Danny Tate spoke before the committee.
Loretta Threatt spoke before the committee.
Jeanette Bryant spoke before the committee.
Bill Hubbard spoke before the committee.
Jewell Tinnon spoke before the committee.