TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Feb 25, 2013

Davidson County Probate Judge Randy Kennedy is launching a review of the billing practices of the county’s public guardian to see whether she charged excessive fees to the elderly and disabled people she is supposed to protect. According to The Tennessean, Kennedy notified the Metro Council that he also is going to halt new appointments to Jeanan Mills Stuart during the review. The move comes after news of questionable billing practices surfaced last week. As the county guardian, Stuart makes legal, medical and financial decisions for those who are incapacitated by mental or physical illness, addiction or injury when there is no suitable family member or friend to handle such tasks.