Conservatorship Legal Advice in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
What is Conservatorship?
Conservatorship is a legal process that allows a court to appoint a conservator to make decisions on behalf of another person (known as the conservatee). Conservatorships are typically sought for people who are unable to manage their own affairs due to a disability, illness, or age.
A General Conservatorship is established for those individuals who cannot take care of themselves physically or make their own financial decisions. Often, these are used for elderly loved ones, but they can also be established for individuals with serious physical or mental disabilities (including such instances as brain injuries from a car accident).
A Limited Conservatorship is established for those individuals with developmental disabilities that are unable to fully care for themselves or their finances. In this instance, the Court identifies when the Conservator will be responsible for making decisions or providing care on behalf of the individual. This grants the Conservatee the freedom to care for themselves and make their own decisions as they are able.
Why Choose MMZ Law as Your Conservatorship Legal Advisor
At MMZ Law, we understand the complex legal and emotional issues involved in conservatorship proceedings. We can help you to:
Determine if it’s Right for You
We will review your loved one’s situation and help you to determine whether conservatorship is the best way to protect their interests.
File a Petition for Conservatorship
If you decide to seek conservatorship, we will help you to file the necessary paperwork with the court.
Represent You in Court
We will represent you in all aspects of the conservatorship proceeding, from the initial hearing to the final order.
Provide Ongoing Support and Guidance
After the conservatorship is granted, we can provide ongoing support and guidance on how to manage the conservatorship and ensure that your loved one’s best interests are protected.
MMZ Law: Conservatorship Legal Advisor in Rancho Cucamonga
Your loved ones may still need care when you pass. You can appoint the ideal person to be legally responsible when you are no longer able. This is known as Conservatorship and it can apply to adult children, aging parents, siblings and any other loved ones who require someone to make decisions on their behalf. To become a Conservator or to have a Conservator appointed, you must petition the Court and demonstrate why the Conservatee (your loved one) cannot care for themselves. Traditionally, the Court will favor the Conservatee remaining independent, and thus it’s important to clearly demonstrate why a Conservator is required.
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If you are considering seeking conservatorship over a loved one, we encourage you to contact MMZ Law today. We offer a free consultation to discuss your conservatorship needs and answer any questions you may have.
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