Conservatorship Administration

 

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Conservatorship Administration Services:

Conservatorships are a legal concept where the guardian or a protector is appointed by a judge to manage the financial affairs and/or daily life of another due to physical or mental limitations.  The family of the incapacitated person must ask a court to appoint a Conservator.  

Court-appointed Conservators manage financial affairs of vulnerable persons who can no longer protect themselves. This includes individuals birth to death, elderly because of health conditions, minors because of age and persons and/or property that has become susceptible to fraud or undue influence.

If a court appoints someone to take care of the financial matters, that person is usually termed a "Conservator of the Estate," while a person in charge of medical and personal decisions is a "Conservator of the Person." An incapacitated person may need just one type of representative, or both.  

The same person can be appointed to take both jobs and are supervised by and held accountable to a Court.  Generally Conservatorships are established for people who are in comas, suffer from advanced diseases, such as Alzheimer's, or have other series illnesses or injuries. 

Contact Baker and Associates today, someone you can trust without reservation, and with their other trusted member professionals, can assist you by providing Conservatorship Administration Services that fit your needs. 

 

Providing these services since September 1995.