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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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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More About Conservatorships in California

A CONSERVATORSHIP MEANS SUPERVISION IN CALIFORNIA In California, a California Conservatorship order is obtained when you need to manage a person’s life, assets and finances, and is Los Angeles court ‘s version of a supervised power of attorney with some additional protections in place in Los Angeles County.  Conservatorship definition:  “When

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For Whom Can a Conservator be Appointed in California? Los Angeles Conservatorship

California Probate Code 1801 sets the standard for whom a conservator may be appointed. “(a) A conservator of the person may be appointed for a person who is unable to provide properly for his or her personal needs for physical health, food, clothing, or shelter, except as provided for the person

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Why do you want to become a conservator in Los Angeles?

Reasons for becoming a conservator vary in each case.   Sometimes, our clients want to protect an elder from financial abuse.  Other times, an elder can no longer physically care for himself and family members realize that there is no power of attorney in place. No matter why you want to

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