What is a Conservatorship?
If a loved one has lost their ability to look out for their best interests, provide for their personal needs, or manage their finances, a conservatorship may be appropriate. There are two types of conservatorships in California: a conservatorship of the estate (which provides authority over financial decisions) and a conservatorship of the person (which provides authority over health care decisions). When a person does not have capacity, a conservatorship may be necessary to bring or defend claims, or to protect him or her from harm. Conservatorships involve a court process that at times can be complex and contentious. At our firm we use our wealth of experience and knowledge to handle both contested and non-contested conservatorship matters. Some of the common types of conservatorship services we provide include:
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