In general, conservatees keep the right to:
- Control their own salary;
- Make or change their will;
- Get married;
- Get mail;
- Have a lawyer;
- Ask a judge to change conservators;
- Ask a judge to end the conservatorship;
- Vote, unless a judge says they’re not able to;
- Control personal spending money if a judge says they can have an allowance; and
- Make their own healthcare decisions, unless a judge gives that right to a conservator.
Can a conservatee have a private attorney
You should speak with an attorney in regards to your specific situation.