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A conservationship is when an organization gain control of a conservator when someone is not able to take care of themselves. It is established through a court order, a statutory or regulatory order.

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How do you apply for conservatorship of the elderly?

from the courts


Will conservatorship override power of attorney?

A conservatorship is granted by a court. It will override a power of attorney.


When does a conservatorship expire?

aT DEATH OF THE RESPONDENT


Should you capitalize conservatorship in legal letter?

No. it's not necessary.


The English republic governed by oliver cromwell was known as the?

commonwealth


You allowed your daughters uncle to have conservatorship over her can you get her back at anytime?

Depends on the laws where you are and the arrangement with the uncle.


What authority does conservership of a child grant?

Check with your States Laws on Conservatorship as opposed to Legal Guardian.


How do you establish conservatorship?

To establish conservatorship, you generally need to file a petition with the court outlining the reasons why it is necessary for someone to be appointed as a conservator for an individual who is unable to care for themselves or manage their affairs. The court will then hold a hearing to determine if conservatorship is appropriate based on the evidence provided. If the court agrees, it will issue an order appointing a conservator.


Do civil rights apply when a conservatorship is in place?

Some civil rights remain with the person under a Conservatorship. However, all but very few basic civil rights are given to the general Conservator. A person under conservatorship retains those civil or constitutional rights not specifically given away by the court. The person under a Conservatorship retains such rights as the ability to hire an attorney to challenge the Conservatorship or seek redress and the power to release medical records,There are different sub-types of conservatorships in different jurisdictions. Generally, a Conservator of a persons estate is responsible for handling the financial affairs of the principal. A Conservator of the person is appointed to make decisions about personal physical needs such as residence, clothing, health needs, food, admission to a nursing home, etc. The civil rights retained by the principal may vary under the various types of Conservatorships.


Can stepchildren take away their stepmother's conservatorship of their father?

Of course not. A conservatorship is allowed by a court. No one but the court has the right to "take it away" from the conservator. The step-children can petition to have the conservator removed and replaced. It will be up to a judge to decide. You should consult with an attorney who can review your situation and explain your options.


Does a bank account get investigated after death when in probate?

It depends upon the way the account was established. If the account was joint then there are not legal grounds for an audit. If the account was held solely by the deceased and withdrawals or transfers were made after the person's death or during a time when the person was incapacitated by someone who did not hold a POA or conservatorship, questions will be asked.


How do you go about getting conservatorship for my mentally ill sister?

That is going to be a complicated issue. You will need the help of an attorney in your state or other jurisdiction who understands the family law in your area.