Reese Witherspoon’s case for conservatorship over dad dismissed Reese Witherspoon has a lot of good going on in her life, but it seems she is now dealing with one difficult issue in regard to her father.

It is reported that a judge has dismissed her request to be given temporary conservatorship over her father, states E! News. She filed the request after her father remarried while he is still married to her mother.

It is allegedly believed that his new wife is trying to take advantage of him as he may be suffering from mental health issues.

And while the case has been dismissed, the Witherspoons did win in that the files will be sealed in order to keep them private from the public.

What do you think about her situation?

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One Comment

  • June 26, 2012 | Permalink |

    Open records protect the public; sealed records possibly protect wrongoing.

    I was a courtwatcher in Judge Randy Kennedy’s court the day that his ward, Danny Tate, complained that his conservator had failed to pay his insurance and the “temporary” conservatorship (which at that time was 2.5 years long) had harmed him. Judge Kennedy immediately shut Tate down and then admonished him in open court for not thanking his conservator, “for all he’s done for you.” The collective gasps from fellow courtwatchers nearly sounded like a roar.

    For those of you who don’t know, Danny Tate had about $2.5mil in assets when Judge Randy Kennedy’s court took control of his life and assets. Today, Tate’s $2.5 mil is gone and he’s not just left with nothing; he’s left with mountains of debt caused directly by the conservatorship.

    And Judge Kennedy has the audacity to speak of embarrassment, humiliation, harm and/or discomfort to a private citizen after Tate’s conservatorship bled him dry under Kennedy’s watch?

    Ask other victims of Kennedy’s court what they think about closed records: Jewell Tinnon, Ginger Franklin. And how many others?

    Join the national movement for reform of unlawful and abusive adult guardianships and conservatorships. Join NASGA:

    Elaine Renoire

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