On its face, conservatorship is a sympathetic act. A conservator steps in to help someone with financial and life decisions when that person becomes mentally or physically incapable of doing it themselves. But from conservator malpractice and mismanagement of finances to fiduciary and validity concerns, the power one obtains over another person can easily be abused.
If you believe a conservator has abused their position, you may wish to seek counsel for the following reasons:
- Careless handling of finances or assets
- Theft or embezzlement
- Disregard for due diligence and fiduciary obligations
- Disputes over who should be appointed as conservator
- Inability to act in the best interest of the conservatee
- Filing a petition to terminate the conservatorship
King Law Firm understands that fighting a conservatorship can be a complex, emotionally charged endeavor. We take the time to provide you with the all the facts and emotional support you may need when confronting a conservator and getting your or your loved one’s life back.