Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Falk's Judge is Reconsidering

A judge who previously said she was leaning against establishing a conservatorship over Peter Falk indicated today she will likely put one in place after all, an attorney said.

Attorney Troy L. Martin, who represents one of Falk's two adopted daughters, said Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Aviva K. Bobb announced her change of heart during a hearing that dealt with access to the actor's medical records, as well as a request to delay the upcoming trial in the case.

Martin said after the hearing that he was surprised, but also pleased with Bobb's announcement that a conservatorship will be established.

Martin: "I can only guess she had time to reflect."

Full Article and Source:
Judge Considers Conservatorship Over Actor Peter Falk

See also:

No Conservatorship for Falk

Conservatorship Spat Continues

Opposite Opinions

War Over Falk

"My Dad Has Alzheimer's"


Anonymous said...

I think Catherine Falk's lawyers are taking her for a ride at Peter Falk's expense.

She will regret this, but not until it's too late to stop it.

Conservatorship is not the answer.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps Judge Avila K. Bobb has been approached with some "persuasion".

Anonymous said...

I hate it for Peter Falk. He deserves to spend his final days in dignity instead of as a "ward of the state".

So very sad for his family to do that to him. So sad.