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Conservatorships for Adult Dependents

If you are caring for an adult who is physical disabled or mentally impaired and they are unable to care for themselves, you can establish a legal conservatorship to care for this person if you are unable to.

If you do not explicitly appoint a conservator, the court will appoint a conservator if it is determined that they can no longer care for themselves.

Selecting a Conservator

By pre-selecting a person to the conservator role, you can ensure that the right person will be appointed. The conservator will have the power to manage your loved one’s finances and can decide where they will live. The conservator makes decisions about healthcare, education, food, and clothing. Should the courts appoint a conservator, the person selected may not care for your loved one in the manner that you wish.

With proper planning, you can set specific parameters and guidelines for the type of care you expect from your conservator and ensure that your loved one is being cared for in the manner that you would have.

Establish a Conservatorship

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