Conservatorship Lawyers in CA
Legal Assistance with Rancho Cucamonga Guardianships
Conservatorship is the legal process of appointing a "guardian"
or "protector" for an individual who is no longer able to manage
their personal and financial affairs. This legal relationship may be established
for people who are physically or mentally impaired from injury, illness,
or aging. The process of obtaining conservatorship will involve a judge
selecting a person—known as the
conservator—who will be legally responsible for the care and / or finances of
the individual. Conservators may be family members, friends, or even caregivers.
Need to petition for conservatorship? Get legal help from our Rancho Cucamonga
Types of Conservatorship
California law allows for two types of conservatorship:
Conservatorship of a person – When the court appoints a conservator of a person, they will be
responsible for the personal needs of the individual. These needs may
include personal care, food, health care, and other home needs.
Conservatorship of an estate – Courts may appoint conservators of an estate, who will be responsible
for a person’s finances, income and property, and other financial needs.
Because every situation is unique and every individual has unique needs,
there are various types of conservatorships that can be established, including
- Limited conservatorship
- Temporary conservatorship
- LPS conservatorship
Guardianship & Other Options
In addition to guiding clients through the conservatorship process, our
attorney is also available to help clients explore all of their available
options for protecting family members or friends in need of care.
These options can include:
- Estate planning
- Probate services
- Power of attorney
Guardianship is a court order that allows a person to become responsible
for another's child. Legal guardians may have custody of a child,
manage the child's estate or both. Our Rancho Cucamonga guardianship
lawyers can help you learn more about the process of becoming a legal guardian.
Call Us at (909) 992-0188 for an Initial Consultation
If you have questions about conservatorship, guardianship, or any other
related proceeding, our legal team is available to help. We have years
of experience helping clients with matters relating to family law, probate,
and estate planning, and are available to review your case and explain
how we can help.
Give us a call at (909) 992-0188 to set up a consultation with our lawyers.