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Conservatorships (Court Supervised Protective Proceedings for Individuals)

The Different Types And Benefits Of Conservatorship

The Law Offices of Campbell & Clark has been helping you with decisions concerning conservatorship since 1990. Our attorney Sandra Clark focuses on the legal areas concerning conservatorship, and has over 25 years of experience in this field.


Our team will hear your case and work with you on a personal level to help you make the right decision for your loved one. Call today if you have concerns about a loved one losing capacity or being unable to handle their personal or financial affairs.

There are different types of legal conservatorship, each with its own benefits. Knowing the differences between them is very important for your case.


1. Conservatorship of the person:

A court will order a conservatorship if your loved one's health is at risk because they cannot obtain their own food, shelter, and other basic needs. Benefits include:


• Provides assistance for your loved one if their health is as risk but they refuse or are unable to obtain help


• Allows you to obtain medical information and communicate with your loved one's healthcare professionals


• Allows you to have legal authority to make basic personal and healthcare decisions


2. Conservatorship of the estate:

A conservatorship of the estate is an order to protect the finances of your loved one if they cannot competently handle their own debts and income or cannot resist undue financial pressure from others. This gives you the legal authority to make good financial decisions for the protected person and to sign checks and other financial documents.


3. Limited conservatorship for a developmentally disabled adult

A limited conservatorship authorizes the conservator to be responsible for part of a developmentally disabled adult's life and finances as specified and ordered by the court. The disabled will generally retain all of their rights, and the conservator is legally required to seek treatment services and opportunities to help the disabled become as independent as possible.

C & C facilitated a complex, drawn-out Soc. Security Disability case for me. Lots of records and lots of paperwork. My case was won after the third appeal, and I could not be happier with the results.  Professionals all the way.

- Anna


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