Conservatorships

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Some times as family or friends age they need assistance to manage their property and financial affairs. Conservatorships are proceedings established for individuals who are no longer able to make appropriate financial decisions and often place themselves at financial risk. A Conservator is an individual, most often a family member, who is appointed by the Court to manage the property and affairs of the incapacitated adult (a protected person under the Court proceeding). The Conservator must account each year to the Court regarding the management of the estate of the protected person. More information about these proceedings can be found here:

Adult Conservatorship

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