• Conservatorships
    Conservatorships are for the benefit of a person who can no longer manage their own affairs due to advanced age, illness or other circumstances beyond the control of the adult. Upon petition, the court can establish a conservatorship for the use and benefit of the party. The conservator of the conservatorship must report to the court each year and account for all income and expenditures of the conservatorship in accordance with court orders. This is used to conserve for the benefit of the adult under the conservatorship their assets for their own use so that they may not be taken advantage of by other parties.

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