When Disputes Arise Over Conservatorships And Conservators
When an individual becomes incapacitated and can no longer manage his or her financial affairs, family members or other concerned individuals can ask the court to protect the incapacitated individual and appoint a conservator. Whether the conservator is an individual or professional, the conservator has many important responsibilities and obligations.
We are familiar with conservatorship litigation, conservatorship law and litigation trial techniques. There are many reasons conservators and conservatorships end up in litigation, but one of the main reasons is because Conservators abuse their power through careless or reckless handling of the conservatee’s assets.
Representation In All Types of Actions
Also any concerned person may object to the conservatorship in general, or to the specific choice of a conservator. We represent clients in a variety of conservator actions, including, but not limited to:
- Contesting the validity of the conservatorship
- Contesting the appointment of a particular conservatorship
- Representation of conservators
- Accounting of conservatorship finances
- Breaches of a conservator’s fiduciary duty
- Conservatorship mismanagement
Call The Law Offices Of Jeffrey T. Vanderveen at 760-643-4044 or 949-380-8440 or email me to set up a free initial consultation.