Unlawful and Abusive Guardianships/Conservatorships Focus of This Month's AARP "Inside E Street" Program, Featuring NASGA Member
NASGA is an organization of victims for victims of unlawful and abusive guardianships and conservatorships.
June 23, 2010 (Newswire.com) - AARP, as part of their Inside E Street series, will present an interview on 6/24 and 6/25 with NASGA member Danny Tate, recently freed from an unlawful Nashville conservatorship.\1/
Inside E Street is an informative half-hour talk show that delves into the issues behind the headlines. While most political talk shows focus on the news from the campaign trail and analyze poll results, Inside E Street looks at the latest developments affecting economic security, health care and retirement.
For a listing of when PBS will air this AARP program in your area can be found on thier website.
\1/ Note: Tate's case involves an unbelievable "temporary" conservatorship that lasted over 2.5 years. Even now that the conservatorship has been terminated, Tate must fight to regain what's left of his estate before the attorneys finish it off. The Investigator in the Tate case has recently launched a website displaying clear and convincing evidence for public scrutiny.
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