A Conservatorship is established by the Courts when a person is in need of a representative to act on their behalf for the purpose of protecting their financial well-being.
Conservatorships are usually avoidable when a proper Financial Power of Attorney is executed. Unfortunately, by the time most people are in need of a conservatorship, it’s too late.
Conservators become in charge of a protected person’s assets. This includes managing finances, paying bills and making investment decisions. The law has specific requirements for becoming and serving as a conservator. Gendelman Law Group can help you become a conservator for your loved ones and comply with Court requirements while serving as a conservator.
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