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CONSERVATORSHIP OF THE PERSON
Fee: $749 (with Temporary Orders)
Fee: $699 (without Temporary Orders)

The We The People Conservatorship of the Person Packages can be used by someone who needs a court order giving them conservatorship of the person of an adult who is unable to take care of themselves or their money. A conservatorship is like a guardianship, only it is for persons who are over the age of 18.

Conservatorship of the Person Packages can be used by several persons who wish to be co-conservators, but cannot be used by those wishing to appoint a primary conservator and an alternate conservator. The We The People Conservatorship of the Person Packages are for use with one incapacitated adult only.

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CONSERVATORSHIP OF THE PERSON AND/OR ESTATE
Fee: $749 (with Temporary Orders)
Fee: $699 (without Temporary Orders)

The We The People Conservatorship of the Person and/or Estate Packages can be used by someone who needs a court order giving them conservatorship of the person and estate of an adult who is unable to take care of themselves or their money. A conservatorship is like a guardianship, only it is for persons who are over the age of 18.

For a conservatorship of the estate, the court requires detailed information regarding the property that the incapacitated person owns. The court will usually require that the proposed conservator post a bond to ensure that they properly manage the money and assets of the incapacitated person.

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* The fees above do not include State filing fees or courier service fees.

TEMPORARY ORDERS

Establishing conservatorship for an incapacitated adult can take several months depending upon the county where the Petition is being filed. Depending on the urgency of the situation, and provided that the proper documents are prepared and filed, the Court may appoint a temporary conservator for the time period before the hearing. The Petition for Temporary Conservatorship must be very specific about why a temporary conservatorship is needed.

We The People Conservatorship of the Person with Temporary Orders Package is primarily meant to assist in obtaining conservatorship of adults who are incapacitated due to dementia-type illnesses or who may have suffered a stroke or been in an accident and are no longer capable of making decisions or taking care of themselves.

Conservatorship of the Person with Temporary Orders Package can be used by several persons who wish to be co-conservators, but cannot be used by those wishing to appoint a primary conservator and an alternate conservator. The We The People Conservatorship of the Person with Temporary Orders Package is for use with one incapacitated adult only.

MORE ABOUT CONSERVATORSHIP

The We The People Conservatorship of the Person is a legal process that takes place in court and by which the court gives a legal right to a person to be responsible for the assets and finances and/or the physical care of a person deemed fully or partially incapable of providing these necessities for himself or herself.  It may be necessary to petition a court to appoint a conservator for persons:

  • Suffering from physical or mental problems that prevent them from managing their own financial affairs;
  • With no person that have a legal authority to assume responsibility for them;
  • In situations where they are not adequately protected by any other form of financial management assistance.

Upon a judge's ruling that a person (called the "conservatee") is incapable of taking care of himself/herself or his/her finances due to being in a coma, suffering from advanced Alzheimer's disease, or has some other serious illness or injury, the conservatorship can be set up. Sometimes, a conservator only manages a conservatee's financial affairs, in which case he/she is referred to as a conservator of the "estate." However, a conservator may also manage a conservatee's daily activities, in which case he/she is referred to as a conservator of the "person."  A conservatorship does not end until the court relieves the conservator of his or her responsibilities.

Due to the complexities of the situation, We The People cannot assist with limited conservatorships for the developmentally disabled, or assist those persons who are residents of or on leave from state institutions, or where the incapacitation occurred before the age of 18. We The People cannot assist in contested situations.

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