What is Conservatorship?
Are You Looking for a “Conservatorship Attorney Near Me”?
Contact Elder Law Services of California for a free consultation with an attorney to have your questions about Conservatorship answered. In simplest terms, a conservatorship is a way for someone to assume legal guardianship over a disabled adult or a disabled child.
How to Obtain Legal Guardianship in California
To become a guardian in California you must file papers with the court and go through a number of steps leading up to a court hearing. The process requires a significant amount of time and energy to fill out the court forms and to “give notice” to all of the relatives. Most people who attempt to handle the process without an attorney make mistakes because the forms and rules for notice are complicated. If the proper steps are not carefully followed then the person filing the paperwork will have to return to court and it will take even more time to process their case. The lawyers at Elder Law Services of California can help you present your case to the court, especially if one or both parents object to guardianship.
Consulting with a conservatorship attorney is recommended if you’ve been wondering:
- What is the difference between a power of attorney and conservatorship?
- What do I need to know about Conservatorships and Adult Guardianships?
- How can I get a Conservatorship in California?
- Does guardianship override parental rights in California?
The attorneys at Elder Law Services of California are available to help with Conservatorship issues.
Call 800-403-6078 to schedule a free consultation with experienced legal professionals who are ready to help you with all concerns and matters related to probate in the State of California.