Alex_jaymin242 karma2021-03-04 16:54:05 UTC
What can families do to prevent predatory conservatorship situations, where an interested party (lawyer, friend, family member) is trying to take control over someone's life and finances, seemingly without merit?
Btw, for those wanting more programming about this: the Netflix movie "I Care A Lot" is about this issue, and John Oliver did an episode on Guardianship a couple of years ago.
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Alex_jaymin121 karma2014-04-29 19:38:10 UTC
What advice do you have for up-and-coming interviewers that want to be just like you but without suspenders?
Alex_jaymin92 karma2021-03-04 16:46:38 UTC
I just watched the "Framing Britney Spears" doc on Hulu. Towards the end it looks like Britney has checked herself into a mental facility, and sources in the doc say she's refusing to perform until her father is removed as conservator. What do you speculate could be happening here? Is it possible that Britney is using one of the few things left in her control (checking herself into a facility) for leverage? And if that's the case, from a legal standpoint, is that a good strategy?
Alex_jaymin62 karma2014-04-29 19:50:44 UTC
When do you do your show? And how long does it take?
Alex_jaymin47 karma2014-04-29 19:41:17 UTC
Damn, now that's a story. And a great way to get votes!
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