TN: Family Says Conservatorship Bilked $300K From Mother’s Estate; The Conservator: Attorney John E. Clemmons

John E. Clemmons’ law license was suspended a few months ago after he was accused of writing himself more than $50,000 in unauthorized fees from the bank account of a disabled client.
Now, another family says they’re out more than $300,000.

Malone’s children not only lost their mother, but they also lost everything that she had collected – all the precious memories. Clemmons sold everything at auction.

“They sold her clothes, family photos in that auction,” Lyle said. “It was one of the saddest days I’ve ever been through.”

“And now, seeing the money that has been taken from her, it’s like living her death all over again,” Boone said.

Source:
Family Says Conservatorship Bilked $300K From Mother’s Estate

See Also:
Nashville Attorney John E. Clemmons Charged With Theft in Conservatorship Case

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5 Responses to “TN: Family Says Conservatorship Bilked $300K From Mother’s Estate; The Conservator: Attorney John E. Clemmons”

  1. Jeff Says:

    Praying John E. Clemmons and Judge Randy Kennedy get to be jail roommates.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    I hate to be so judgmental, but looking at Clemmons' picture, he just looks like a spider waiting on the fly.I am sure he was once a nice guy, but what happened?

  3. Sally Says:

    What a horrible, horrible man!

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Tennessee has become the state to avoid, not even driving through. I'm glad to see Clemmons on the hot seat but I believe Judge Kennedy should be sitting there with him.

  5. Quyen Says:

    Great!

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