Category Archives: Contested Conservatorships

Contested Conservatorships
Jul 13, 2020

Unhappy with a conservatorship? You can contest it

When your mother died, she placed your uncle in charge of your disabled brother’s care. For the last decade, however, you’ve been the one with him around the clock. He has a number of disabilities, and you’ve built a schedule and routine that works well…

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May 11, 2020

Is your elderly parent the victim of financial abuse?

Whether your parent still lives in their home or has moved into an assisted living or nursing home facility, their comfort often depends on maintaining their financial health. However, strangers, caregivers and even family members may try to take advantage of them in their old…

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May 08, 2020

Conservatorships can protect the vulnerable from financial abuse

If your loved one is a senior, an adult with a mental disability or other adult dependent, they may be vulnerable to financial exploitation. Whether it’s because of age or cognitive impairment, your loved one may no longer be able to adequately handle and protect…

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Apr 30, 2020

Guardianship litigation: You can fight for guardianship

When your loved one died, the last thing you were worried about was their choice of a guardian. You knew they’d make good decisions for their children and make sure they were cared for appropriately. Unfortunately, their choice of guardian was unable to take over…

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Apr 15, 2020

When will the state of California review your conservatorship?

Assuming control over the financial and legal decisions for an adult with a disability or an acquired condition like Alzheimer’s that prevents them from making decisions on their own comes with a lot of responsibility. Not only do you have to maintain all of your…

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Feb 21, 2020

Is it time to seek a conservatorship to protect an aging parent?

Growing older isn’t for the faint of heart. Aging eventually takes a toll on both the human body and the brain. It can be difficult to watch the physical and cognitive decline that occurs as your parents enter the golden years of life. Someone who…

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