Conservatorship And Guardianship Attorneys In West Covina
In a conservatorship, a person is appointed by the court to oversee the personal care and financial matters of a person deemed to be unable to manage his or her affairs, and therefore possibly vulnerable to the control of others.
The client will need to decide whether to apply for a Conservatorship of the Person, Conservatorship of the Estate, or both. Conservators of the Person are responsible for seeing that the senior receives the necessities of life – food, shelter and health care. Conservators of the Estate are responsible for managing the incapacitated person’s finances and assets.
A conservatorship is for incapacitated persons 18 years and older. A guardianship is a similar type of case for minors. Although historically guardianships were established for the protection of orphans, guardianships today are most often used to protect minors whose parents are still living.
The Law Offices of Robert M. Ebiner can help you decide if a conservatorship or guardianship is right for you and the person you want to protect. We then take charge of all required filings, preparation of documents and participation in court appearances. Contact a skilled conservatorship/guardianship lawyer by calling (626) 433-8131.
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