Guardians and Conservatorships
Do you need to manage the financial or personal affairs of a mentally handicapped adult, including your own adult child? Do you manage their medications? Do you manage their spending? Do you make decisions on where they live? If so, you need to be appointed by the court as a conservator for that person. You can be a conservator that just manages finances, or someone who makes major decisions about living arrangements and medical care. Or both!
Getting appointed as a guardian or conservator is a complicated process usually done in a juvenile court. There are many difficult forms to fill out and choices to be made. The court process is confusing.
Contact us for a free 30-minute consultation on how we can help you become a guardian or conservator for someone who needs you.
Thousand Oaks Office
Certified Family Law Specialist*
(*State Bar of California),
Also Licensed in Texas.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for Bankruptcy relief under the United States Bankruptcy Code.