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Guardianship & Conservatorship

 

What is Guardianship?

A guardian is someone who is appointed by a court to protect and care for the health and well-being of an incapacitated person, or a minor child. A petition must be filed with the appropriate court, and notice given to all interested persons. The process may be complicated, so you are advised to consult with an attorney.

What is Conservatorship?

A conservator is a fiduciary who is appointed by a court to protect and conserve the assets of an incapacitated person, or a minor child. The process is similar to the appointment of a guardian.

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