Who Can Serve As A Conservator?

Date4/1/2021 10:19:14 AM
The conservatorship process in California is handled through the courts. One person (the conservator) is appointed to be the decision-maker and manage the finances of another person (the conservatee). Various people may petition the courts to act as conservators in California. This includes:

1. The spouse of the proposed conservatee
2. Another relative of the proposed conservatee
3. A friend of the conservatee
4. A private professional with a fiduciary duty to the proposed conservatee

At the Law Offices of Andrew Cohen, their qualified and experienced team is ready to help when you need a Santa Clarita conservatorship attorney. They understand conservatorship laws in California, and they ensure this is done correctly and in the best interests of you and your loved one.
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