If all you know about conservatorships comes from the #FreeBritney movement, you don’t have the whole picture, especially in Tennessee, write BPJ Member Beth Weems Bradley and Associate Sarah Hearn Sexton in the current issue of Tennessee Bar Journal.

“Those unfamiliar with the many safeguards surrounding the establishment of a conservatorship have reacted as if the court’s role is to harm rather than help the individual in need of assistance. Nothing could be further from the truth,” they write.

The article goes on to explain the safeguards built into Tennessee law on conservatorships, in the form of an engaging case study.

Click HERE to read the entire article, and contact Beth Weems Bradley at BPJ with all of your conservatorship questions and concerns.