When someone develops difficulties in managing his or her financial affairs, or in providing for their own personal needs as a result of illness or advanced age, it may be necessary for family or friends to obtain court authority to act on the individual’s behalf. In California, this is accomplished through a proceeding known as a conservatorship.
Conservatorships are complicated, and even the most well intended individuals who seek appointment as conservators can still find themselves inadvertently running into problems because the legal requirements involved.
If you are planning to seek conservatorship over another person having someone with legal and practical experience dealing with conservatorships is essential. Let us help guide you through the process.