Conservatorship Attorney in San Diego
Conservatorships protect mentally or physically incapacitated persons by appointing someone to care for their health and/or financial decisions. In a Conservatorship of the person, the Conservator is responsible for health care decisions and ensuring the Conservatee’s basic living needs are met. In a Conservatorship of the estate, the Conservator is responsible for managing the Conservatee’s assets. A Conservatorship may be permanent, limited, or temporary, depending on the type and duration of incapacity.