Although there are several different types of conservatorships in California, all involve a court proceeding where the court appoints an individual to care for another person who cannot effectively manage their own personal or financial affairs. The court process of establishing a conservatorship can be long and burdensome. The duties and responsibilities associated with acting as a conservator can seem overwhelming.

At Ewin Lambourne Law, APC, we can help you determine if a conservatorship is necessary and, if so, properly advise you regarding the ongoing duties and responsibilities of being a conservator.