Conservatorship FAQ

In the state of California, a Conservatorship is a Court proceeding where the Court determines that a person lacks the capacity to manage their finances or make health care decisions on their own behalf. A Guardianship is a Court proceeding appointing a person to make decisions regarding the finances or personal decisions of a minor (person who is under the age of 18).
Yes. There are a variety of different types of conservatorships. (1) General Conservatorship (continues indefinitely until the Consevatee either passes away or the Court terminates it); (2) Limited Conservatorship (specifically for individuals who are developmentally disabled); (3) LPS Conseratorship (Petition must be filed by a medical professional and the conservatorship only lasts one year without a Court Order extending it for another year).


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