In general, conservatees keep the right to:

  1. Control their own salary;
  2. Make or change their will;
  3. Get married;
  4. Get mail;
  5. Have a lawyer;
  6. Ask a judge to change conservators;
  7. Ask a judge to end the conservatorship;
  8. Vote, unless a judge says they’re not able to;
  9. Control personal spending money if a judge says they can have an allowance; and
  10. Make their own healthcare decisions, unless a judge gives that right to a conservator.