In basic terms, conservatorship means the court has assigned a person or organization to take legal control over another person. Kids or adults who are disabled and are in need of ongoing help, or elderly men and women who are mentally or physically unable to care for themselves or manage their own finances are some of the cases in which conservatorship may be sought. Once conservatorship is obtained, the conservator gains the legal right to make decisions for, and act in the best interest of, the conservatee.
King Law Firm Attorneys at Law, Inc. understands that every situation is unique. And though having a conservator may benefit an elderly or physically disabled person in certain circumstances, it doesn’t mean conservatorship is always the best option. We can help you decide whether conservatorship is in the best interest of the elderly or disabled, and help provide you with a better understanding of your options. If conservatorship is found to be the most beneficial course of action, we offer guidance, support and representation throughout the process to make sure you are never left feeling confused or unsure.