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Conservatorship in Michigan for Adults Who Become Disabled

07/02/2019

Formerly competent adults in the State of Michigan who lose the ability to take care of themselves properly are often appointed conservators or guardians to care of the incapacitated person and their property.

The conservator is appointed to make decisions for that incapacitated person. The conservator takes care of the property while a guardian takes care of the personal needs of the incapacitated. Someone can be appointed both conservator and guardian for a single person.

A petitioner has to petition at the probate court to start a probate proceeding. The prospective conservator is the respondent in said petition. The court then investigates to determine whether the individual requires a court appointed attorney, and then the judge determines whether conservatorship is necessary. Click here to learn more.

The conservator’s responsibilities do not begin until the appointed conservator files a conservator surety bond as directed by the court.

So where can you easily purchase a conservatorship surety bond?

Colonial offers the 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!