What is a conservatorship?
A conservatorship is a protective arrangement established by a court in which an individual is declared mentally incapacitated, and a conservator is appointed to manage the estate and financial affairs of an incapacitated person.
More Guardianship and Conservatorship FAQs
- How is a guardianship or conservatorship established?
- Is a conservator personally liable for the incapacitated?
- Is a guardian and conservator compensated for his or her efforts?
- Is a guardianship or conservatorship necessary?
- Once appointed, can a guardian and conservator do anything they want to assist the incapacitated?
- What is a conservatorship?
- What is a guardianship?
- What reporting responsibilities do I have as a guardian?