If an adult person is incapacitated and did not make other arrangements for their personal care and for the care of their assets, it may be necessary to appoint a Guardian or Conservator for them. In general, a Guardian makes decisions about the care of an individual such as housing or medical decisions and a Conservator makes decisions about managing the individual’s assets or finances.
If someone you love become incapacitated, it may be necessary to go to court and request that you be appointed as Guardian, Conservator or both. We can help you with all of the necessary filings and notices that need to be made to start the process of your appointment. We can also help you with the annual filings that are required to be made after you have been appointed as Guardian or Conservator.