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Kevin West’s award winning (Best Documentary WIFF 2011) film about the attempt of Roger Hayes’ to arrest a so-called ‘Judge’ at Wirral Magistrate’s Court, UK…
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Rules granting other people control over your money when you are elderly or infirm are open to abuse. We highlight one sobering case
With Britain’s population ageing fast and greater numbers of people unable to control their finances unassisted, a record 250,000 powers of attorney are being registered each year. The attorney system enables family members and others to take legitimate control of someone else’s affairs.
The relevant government authority – the Office of the Public Guardian – is struggling to keep pace, and registrations of new attorneys currently take more than three months to process. A spokesman told the Telegraph’s Your Money it was “recruiting additional staff” and the processing period would “shortly” be reduced to eight weeks.
The increase in numbers of attorneys is resulting in more disputes among families. The will, trust and estate division of national law firm Irwin Mitchell, for instance, has experienced a 75pc increase in attorney-related disputes in 12 months. And at the Financial Ombudsman Service, which arbitrates disputes between individuals and finance firms, new complaints concerning powers of attorney are up by 40pc since the beginning of 2013 and running at 35 a month.
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Justice Department Bad Boys: More Than 650 Cases of Misconduct Documented in 12-Year Period Federal prosecutors, judges, and other officials at the Justice Department committed over 650 acts of professional misconduct in a recent 12-year period, according to … Continue reading
Abduction, Adoption, And Two Families’ Search For Answers
via Angelina Jolie’s Children to Appear in Cleopatra.
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Angelina Jolie has landed roles for all six of her children in ‘Cleopatra.
The actress and her fiancÃ© Brad Pitt have previously said they didn’t want their brood – Maddox, 13, Pax, 10, Zahara, nine, Shiloh, eight, and five-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox – to follow them into acting, but it appears they may have changed their mind after they all appeared on set together ready to film.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: “Their whole family life is rooted in films but Brad and Ange didn’t want the children to follow in their footsteps. However, acting is in their genes, and it could turn out to be the start of something big for the next generation.”
Scout Leader And Foster Carer Among 59 Suspected Paedophiles A scout leader, a foster carer and an ex-police officer are among 59 people arrested in Wales as part of a UK-wide operation against suspected paedophiles. The six-month-long inquiry targeted … Continue reading
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You are a working mom who has a 9 year old daughter. You can’t find someone to watch her and you can’t afford daycare. What do you do?
For 46 year old Debra Lynn Harrell from North Augusta, South Carolina, she took the only option she felt was available to her. She occasionally dropped off her daughter at a local playground, for hours, while she worked her shift at a nearby McDonald.
Now she’s under arrest and is being charged with unlawful neglect of a child; a class E felony. She has lost custody of the minor to the Department of Social services.
According to Business Insider Harrell’s daughter initially played with a laptop at the McDonald while her mother worked. But after the laptop got stolen Harrell agreed to her daughter’s request to drop her off at the park playground, where she typically played with other kids her age, with a cell phone.
But three days after the arrangement an adult asked her were her parent(s) where and her responds prompted a call to the police. The rest is history.