Court-ordered conservatorships are designed for the care and protection of adults over the age of 18 who require specialized supervision.

A limited or full conservatorship is often ordered for an adult with developmental disabilities that affect their ability to make sound medical, financial, or social decisions.

The conservator is entrusted with protecting the impaired adult’s assets and best interests from exploitation by outside parties. Once appointed, conservators have control over decisions involving medical care, education, social situations, contractual agreements, and other factors.


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BECAUSE OF CONCERNS WITH COVID-19, WE ARE MORE THAN HAPPY TO ACCOMMODATE OUR CLIENTS AND CAN SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION VIA, TELEPHONE, FACE-TIME OR SKYPE. Taking into account some of the health issues and dangers, it may be a good time to consider either amending your living trust or drafting a living trust. Please contact our office so that we can discuss this at length.