Adult Guardianship & Conservatorship
An adult guardianship or conservatorship is typically sought when a person is thought to be unable to make and communicate responsible decisions regarding personal care or finances, due to mental, physical, or developmental disability.
A guardian is the person appointed by a court to handle the personal affairs of the ward. A conservator is appointed to handle financial affairs. A guardian and conservator may be the same person. Different types of guardianships and conservatorships have different duties, responsibilities, and duration.
- Adult Guardianship
- Adult Conservatorship
- Rogers Guardianship
- Medical Decision Making
- Financial Decision Making
- Mental Health & Incapacity
- Nursing Home Commitment
- Antipsychotic Medication
- Healthcare Proxies
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