At its basic level a conservatorship is a protective court proceeding in which a judge appoints a responsible person (a "conservator") to care for another adult who cannot care for themselves or their finances (a "conservatee"). The difficulties presented by the incapacity of a loved one are significant the attorney’s at Blevins Law Offices realize the emotional toll the process can take on all involved. Under Probate Code Section 810 all persons are reputably presumed to have the capacity to make their own decisions and be responsible for their actions. We assist families throughout Southern California and Arizona confronted with the permanent or temporary incapacity of a loved one by establishing and administering conservatorships.
It is important to look at a person’s orientation to time, ability to concentrate, short and long term memory, ability to communicate, recognition of familiar objects and persons, ability to plan and reason logically, delusions, ability to modulate mood when determining the need for a conservatorship. There are many ways a conservatorship can be necessary, Blevins Law Offices is compassionate and sensitive to the needs of all its clients.
Conservatorships Of The Estate
Conservatorships Of The Person
LPS(mental health) Conservatorships
Whether you are contesting a conservatorship or filing for one of your loved one, Blevins Law Offices is here to help.
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