When a loved one is suffering from dementia or mental illness and cannot make important life decisions, the Judge can appoint you to assist with making a better life for your loved one.
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Created for an adult, suffering from illness or accident, which allows you to assist with financial decisions and daily life activities.
Established for an adult who cannot handle financial decisions due to developmental disability.
A conservatorship is necessary for people who have neither a power of attorney nor a healthcare directive, and have lost the ability to make informed decisions and care for themselves. A conservatorship is also required when there is an invalid or fraudulent power of attorney.
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To become a conservator for another individual, you must file a petition and the court has to approve it.
A conservatorship is a court process whereby the judge gives an individual the right to control another adult, their property, or both.
A conservator of a PERSON is responsible for making sure that the conservatee has proper food, clothing, shelter and health care. The conservatee may live with the conservator or elsewhere.
In general, conservatees keep the right to:
A clear description of a conservator’s responsibilities and duties are outlined in the Conservatorship Handbook published by the Judicial Council of California.
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