Court Bonds

Conservatorship of an Adult


The court appoints a conservator when a person can no longer make financial or healthcare decisions. A conservator can be responsible for the daily care of a disabled person. For example, administer medication, take the person to the doctor, and prepare their meals.

Additionally, a conservator can have the power to sign documentation to release a person from life support when a family member is not available.

Other reasons why someone can be granted conservatorship over a person is due to a coma, becoming mentally incapacitated, suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, has had a stroke,  or suffered a stroke or other brain injury.

Learn more about Adult conservatorship here. In most states, a conservatorship bond is required to become a conservator. The bond protects the interest of the ward form the conservator.

So where can you easily purchase a conservatorship surety bond?

Colonial offers a direct and digital way to obtain conservator surety bonds. We are the insurance company — which means no agent, no broker, and no middleman. We make it easy to obtain your court bond instantly. The steps are easy — get a quote online, fill out your information, satisfy underwriting requirements, and enter your payment method. Print or e-file your bond from your office. It’s that simple!