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Similar to a guardian of the estate, a conservator is appointed to manage a person's property and finances, and is under a continuing obligation to report to the court. In a conservatorship, the individual may have physical limitations or a long-term illness, but must be mentally competent, and must consent to giving certain responsibilities to a conservator appointed by the Court.

When the elder is not competent, however, or is unable to properly manage his or her personal affairs, and refuses assistance, a guardian may need to be appointed,

Please contact KWGD today so we can help you understand the legal ramifications and requirements of a conservatorship.