What is considered good cause for Temporary Conservatorships? Los Angeles

Have you wondered about what is considered good cause under the law to establish Temporary Conservatorships in Los Angeles? Mina Sirkin attended a California training class for probate attorneys who are court appointed to represent conservatees in Los Angeles and the following are excerpts from the PVP handbook for the

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2018 PVP Training Attended by Mina Sirkin Attorney

This week, attorney Mina Sirkin attended the 2018 PVP Training presented by the Los Angeles County Bar Association which included the following topics: Good Cause for Temporary Conservatorships Representing the Conservatee at Trial PVP County and Unlawful Detainers: Hardship Exception to Eviction Technology and Innovation for the Aging Privilege changes

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Conservatorships for Professionals and Non-Professionals in Los Angeles

Whether you are a professional conservator or a non-professional conservator in Los Angeles, this seminar is a great resource for you about conservatorships. http://probateparalegalca.com/california-limited-conservatorship/conservatorships-seminar-by-los-angeles-attorney-mina-n-sirkin/ Attorney Mina Sirkin, Board Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Law will be answering your questions at our lectures on Dec. 8, 2018 and

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Improvements in Conservatorships in Los Angeles County California

There is word around Los Angeles County that the local politicians are looking to improve California’s conservatorship system as well as in Los Angeles.   Read about the proposed improvements to the Los Angeles County conservatorship process here. Some of the changes seek to improve LPS or mental health conservatorships, while

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What are the Seven 7 Limited Conservatorships Powers in California?

What are the Seven 7 Limited Conservatorships Powers in California? Limited Conservatorship: If you are applying for a Limited Conservatorship in California, you should know that the following powers must be requested from the court, and unless the order includes them, the powers are not automatic: (1) To fix the residence

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Conservatorships for Disabled Adults in California

Many clients ask us about the differences between the Developmentally Disabled Adult Conservatorships called a Limited Conservatorship and what is appropriate for a person who is a non-developmentally disabled adult.  You should know that the main difference between the two types of conservatorships are that the Developmentally Disabled Adult Conservatorship

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Where to File Conservatorships in Los Angeles

Have you ever wondered where to file conservatorships petitions in Los Angeles? Most of Los Angeles County Conservatorships are filed in the Downtown or Central Court location of the Los Angeles Superior Court located at 111 N. Hill Street, Room 429, Los Angeles, Ca 90012.  There are a few exceptions. 

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Use of a Petition for Instructions in Conservatorships in Los Angeles

Many Los Angeles Conservators or Co-Conservators come across situations where a decision can impact their ability to act as fiduciaries.  In some situations, a Petition for Instruction may be filed by a conservator or other party asking the court to instruct the conservator to act in a particular manner. Ca

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