Are you concerned about a disabled loved one or a minor? Pursuing guardianship and/or conservatorship appointment can be a solution for a person who wants to ensure that his or her loved one is protected both financially and physically. A conservatorship is the process where the courts appoint a person who has the power to receive, collect and make decisions about the property of a minor or an incapacitated adult. Conservators manage funds for care, education, welfare and safety of the protected person.

The office of Lynn Law Firm handles guardianship and conservatorship proceedings, will advise you of your duties during the process, and seek the resolution you desire. Below are the differences between a Guardianship and a Conservatorship:

Guardianship: the court appointment of competent individual to make decisions for an adult who has lost sufficient capacity to make or communicate significant decisions concerning his or her health or safety.

Conservatorship: a designation based upon the same principle as guardianship except the adult has lost sufficient capacity to make or communicate significant responsible decisions concerning the management of his or her property.

Individuals seek help from our law firm when they are concerned about the welfare of an adult or a minor. Our family law attorneys and staff will listen to all of your concerns and counsel you during this difficult decision. If becoming a guardian or conservator of an incapacitated adult or a minor child is something that you are considering, the family law attorneys at Lynn Law Firm can guide you through the process.

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