When an adult can no longer handle their everyday affairs, usually a friend or family member is required to step in and take over these tasks. Without a proper conservatorship, the family member’s hands are tied. With a conservatorship, the family is able to care for the loved one and make sure their affairs are being attended to. For the conservatee not only are their assets protected, but they are protected from potential fraud and financial abuse. This guide will educate the reader on what is involved in obtaining a conservatorship, and answer some frequently asked questions. This guide is not meant as a guide for legal advice. If you have any questions you should contact your lawyer.
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