A newly-launched blog, Ginger’s Story, tells of a Nashville woman who after overcoming prolonged and extreme battles with cancer, fell and suffered a traumatic brain injury only to recover and find herself under the control of a court-appointed conservator who now requires Ginger to live in a group home caring for other mental health patients. Though Ginger is reportedly ordered to perform functions comparable to that of other employees, she only receives a $150 per month allowance.
Ginger’s plight is of an involuntary nature and presumably being treated as a lifetime contract.
An interesting twist on this case comes as the court that approved Ginger’s conservatorship is the same Davidson County (TN) probate court - that of Judge Randy Kennedy - which has come under significant scrutiny due to its handling of the Danny Tate conservatorship.
Requests by Ginger and her supporters for a termination of the conservatorship have been largely ignored. If the conservator is charged with protecting her ward’s “best interest,” it’s hard to see how this arrangement benefits Ginger Franklin!
Much more can (and will) be said about this case. Meanwhile, we urge you to take a look at Ginger’s Story.
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