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TS Radio Network: Tanya TalkS with Lisa Belanger.. Part 1

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Join us Sunday evening November 17, 2019 at 7:00 CST!

5:00 pm PST…6:00 pm MST…7:00 pm CST…8:00 pm EST

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Hosted by Tanya Hathaway with Marti Oakley

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Tanya Talks is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Annual Whistleblower’s Summit taking place in Washington D.C., 2020

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Lisa S. Belanger's Profile Photo, Image may contain: 1 person, sitting, sunglasses, car, selfie and closeup Lisa Belanger

ALARMING 2-PART SERIES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 17th & MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18th with Special Guest and STAR WITNESS, Whistleblower Advocate Attorney, Lisa Belanger with co-hosts Marti Oakley & Tanya Hathaway.

The heinous crimes of elder abuse essentially encompasses and is not limited to:

*Theft of a loved one

*Theft of estate

*Physical, financial and emotional abuse.

Our guests riveting and current story is raising a call to action not only for what has happened with her own beloved and now deceased Father, but the retaliation, as she is being maliciously attacked by the MA Board of Bar Overseers.

You see, they stop at nothing to cover up the public corruption crimes, but it didn’t stop Lisa from filing a 2015 Racketeering action showing MA Probate & Family Ct is a criminal ring. There is ongoing “disciplinary”action the very corruptors are imposing on our guest.

Lisa has stood up in court as a fierce advocate for people like you and me. Let’s give Lisa the support she deserves. Please listen in as you will hear about her courageous “Journey to Justice” on Marti Oakley’s TS Radio Network not only on “Tanya Talks ; Where your voice is heard- and your story is told” and on MARTI’s Whistleblower Show Monday as well.. Tanya HATHAWAY and Marti are co-hosting this series on both nights.

Please tune in and if you’re in Oklahoma; listen in on Stephen Burke’s 89.9 f.m. KLRB Lighthouse Christian Radio.

This can happen to you, your loved ones or your children if we don’t start making what’s wrong right and stand up to these unimaginable crimes by those who are commissioned to protect us!

 

TS Radio Network: Ottholes on Parade! with Coz & Marti

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Join us live Friday November 15, 2019 at 7:00 pm CST!

5:00 pm PST…6:00 pm MST…7:00 pm CST…8:00 pm EST

Listen Live HERE!

Call in number 917-388-4520

Press #1 immediately when Blogtalk answers to speak to the host!

All shows will be archived and available 24/7 so you can listen at your convenience.

Hosted by Marti Oakley & Coz Whitten-Skaife

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Join Coz & Marti tonight as we highlight more of the “Ottholes on Parade”. Joining us will be Elaine Mickman and “Rebecca”.

Thanks to Judge Stanley Ott, some of the Ottholes have 100’s of “wards of the state”.  Individuals who have been targeted, kidnapped, isolated and now are subjected to trauma based bonding.  No one can visit them.  No one can talk to them.  No one can know what condition their health is in.  The predators assure them that only THEY care….after all….no one else is visiting them.  Of course they don’t tell the victim that they won;t allow anyone else to visit them.  And could someone please explain to us how one guardian can possibly manage all the life decisions, medical care and financial decisions for hundreds of people that they themselves rarely if ever see or communicate with?

We will also be discussing the coming Montgomery County,Pennsylvania elections and the attacks coming from the courts on women involved in divorce.

TS Radio Network: Coz & Marti “In the Mix: News and Updates 11/8

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Join us live Friday November 8, 2019 at 7:00 pm CST!

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TENNESSEE COURTS OK’s HIDING LEGAL & FINANCIAL DOCS

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Attorneys & Fiduciaries hid Legal, Accounting, Securities and other Records from Trustees

Nashville, Tennessee­­ | Team Reporting by SPF

Tennessee is now the only the only state in the nation that allows attorneys and financial principals to hide and destroy legal and financial records from others involved in a legal and financial transaction.

Tennessee’s appeals court has upheld a lower-court ruling in a breach of fiduciary duty case involving the accountings for an estate out of Williamson County. The ruling wipes out centuries of black-letter law and makes it legal in Tennessee for attorneys, bankers, brokers, realtors and other fiduciaries to hide legal and financial records from clients, beneficiaries—and the courts.

Williamson County Tennessee Judge James Martin III

The original ruling was made by Judge James G. Martin in a claim involving the accounting for an estate and trusts based in the small town of Leiper’s Fork.

At the federal level, and in all other states, if an attorney or fiduciary hides or destroys legal and financial records, or hides records from their client-beneficiaries, it is considered a breach of fiduciary duty, fraud and/or obstruction of justice.

The ruling from Tennessee’s courts is a seismic shift in their laws and alters what people can expect from the legal and financial professionals they employ—and are subject to—when doing business in the Volunteer state.

A DRILL-DOWN: BIG NAMES TIED TO A SMALL CASE

The case was a simple one with a common theme: The widow of a Tennessee man wanted more money than she had agreed to when she signed the pre-nuptial with her spouse. To get more money, the widow teamed up with her attorney to hide and destroy the records of those assets from the man’s sons, who were trustees and beneficiaries of the estate.

Court records show that the estate itself was relatively small, with less than $200,000 subject to probate. (Many of the family’s assets had been placed into trusts.) More

Proactive Legislation And The Inclusion Of Seniors In Our Society Are Steps To Protecting Them Against Predators

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Posted by: National Association to Stop Guardianship Abuse

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Proactive Legislation And The Inclusion Of Seniors In Our Society Are Steps To Protecting Them Against Predators

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A disturbing aspect of an  elder law and trusts and estates practice is the discovery of elder abuse. According to the National Institute on Aging, hundreds of thousands of adults over the age of 60 are abused, neglected, or financially exploited each year. Elder abuse includes physical, emotional, and sexual abuse in addition to neglect and abandonment.  The perpetrators are often relatives or friends who have influence over the individual who may be vulnerable due to illness, disability, or age. Sometimes the abuse occurs at the hands of caregivers, whether in the home or in a facility.

New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has introduced bipartisan legislation to help protect the elderly and infirmed by improving health care worker hiring practices in long-term care and medical facilities. Too often the elderly and infirmed are harmed as a result of the individuals working in the very facilities that are charged with helping rehabilitate them.

The Promote Responsible Oversight and Targeted Employee Background Check Transparency for Seniors Act, also known as “PROTECTS,” is an act that would expand access to the National Practitioner Data Bank for Medicare and Medicaid providers to conduct background checks on employees. Specifically, PROTECTS would include Medicaid/Medicare-certified skilled nursing facilities, home health agencies, hospice programs, and pharmacies.

The Act has been endorsed by the American Health Care Association and the National Association for Home Care & Hospice. The aforesaid Data Bank would reveal malpractice for potential employees and assist facility administrators in their hiring and consequently affect the standards of care.

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Judge: Guardian must return $3.8 million in Gadsden case

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By William Thornton
An Etowah County woman will end up returning more than $3.85 million to her mother’s estate as the result of a judge’s ruling.
The case, decided last month in Etowah County Circuit Court, dealt with the conservatory and custodial duties of a woman appointed co-conservator of her mother. Circuit Judge George Day Jr., ruled that the woman, who has not been charged with any crime, “breached her fiduciary duty to her mother’s Conservatorship estate, has failed to properly account for her actions and the funds and assets under her control, all of which has caused substantial damage” to the estate.
Additionally, the Court awarded a judgment against the daughter in relation to the custodial accounts for the incapacitated woman’s granddaughter, totaling $393,509.
Chris Hamer and Rebecca Wright of the Hamer Law Group represented the incapacitated woman’s conservator, an attorney who was appointed after the daughter resigned as conservator. The case has also generated a federal court action.
“This case represents the most egregious breach of fiduciary duties we’ve ever seen,” Hamer said in a statement. “Cases involving misappropriation and misuse of assets by family members appointed as fiduciaries are especially distressing for all involved.”
As a result of the decision, all money in the estate has been accounted for, attorneys said. According to court documents, the daughter of the incapacitated woman became conservator of her then-77-year-old mother in 2014. The woman, who died earlier this year, had 12 children.

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Tampa Bay area hospitals seeking to strip away patients’ rights, I-Team investigation finds

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By: Adam Walser

TAMPA, Fla. — Hospitals across the Florida are paying lawyers to go to court to take away patients’ rights, a three-month I-Team investigation uncovered.

I-Team Investigator Adam Walser found hospitals in Orlando, Miami, West Palm Beach, Naples and other Florida cities paying private attorneys to file hundreds of court petitions to put patients into guardianship.

An I-Team review of state court records found:

  • Tampa Bay area hospitals, including those owned by Baycare, AdventHealth and HCA, went to court to put more than 100 patients into guardianship since 2017 alone.
  • Tampa General Hospital filed five nearly identical court documents seeking guardianship for patients, describing each as having “disorganized thinking and poor cognition.” A hospital spokeswoman said TGH spent $28,000 on guardianship cases so far in just 2019.
  • An attorney for Florida Hospital Altamonte requested guardianship for a patient because her “Kia Soul that was almost paid off… may be repossessed.”

Tampa guardianship attorney Gerald Hemness questioned hospitals’ widespread use of guardianship.

“Certainly, missing a payment on a car doesn’t seem like it would be a financial emergency,” said Hemness. More

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