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Court Bonds 08.22.2019

Conservator Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Violating Duty

Becoming a conservator to assist with the financial needs of a minor, elderly, or disabled person can be a rewarding task as you can be the person who helps that person get by when they…
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Conservator Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Violating Duty
Court Bonds 07.02.2019

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…
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Conservatorship of an Adult
Court Bonds 07.01.2019

When Does a Conservatorship End?

When someone is deemed to be unable to care for him or herself, another person is able to petition a probate court for control over their affairs. That control is a conservatorship (or guardianship, depending…
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When Does a Conservatorship End?
Court Bonds 06.27.2019

New Mexico Guardianship Reforms Provide New Protections

New Mexico has enacted new guardianship and conservatorship law reforms requiring certification and training for guardians and conservators while setting up a standard grievance process for complaints regarding treatment of conservatees and wards under court…
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New Mexico Guardianship Reforms Provide New Protections
Court Bonds 06.26.2019

Conservators Versus Guardians in New Jersey

Conservatorship and Guardianship are different in the State of New Jersey but have one chief characteristic in common: they are used to get people the care that they need. The chief difference between a guardianship…
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Conservators Versus Guardians in New Jersey
Court Bonds 06.25.2019

Tips For Gaining Conservatorship

Attaining a conservatorship for a loved one can be a tough but necessary endeavor, with healthcare facilities playing an important role in determining who is able to have a conservatorship in place. Attending physicians often…
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Tips For Gaining Conservatorship
Court Bonds 04.11.2019

Conservator Credited with Reviving Britney Spears’ Career Retires

Andrew Wallet has served as Britney Spears’ estate’s co-conservator since 2008 but has now resigned the position, leaving her father, Jamie, as the estate’s sole conservator. Wallet is credited with using his position as conservator…
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Conservator Credited with Reviving Britney Spears’ Career Retires
Court Bonds 03.08.2019

Conservatorship vs. Guardianship

Both conservators and guardians are appointed to assist with the financial needs of a minor, disabled, or elderly person. Both have court ordered authority to make decisions for someone who is a minor, elderly, incapacitated,…
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Conservatorship vs. Guardianship
Court Bonds 02.20.2019

When Does a Family Member Need a Conservator or Guardian?

A guardian is appointed to take care of most non-monetary (and often times monetary) decisions for someone who is not able to do this themselves, while conservators are appointed to handle only the actual monetary…
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When Does a Family Member Need a Conservator or Guardian?