Burbank Conservatorship Attorney
Elder Law Lawyer / Conservatorship Lawyer
“Failing to plan is planning to FAIL.” - Ben Franklin
Conservatorship and How to Avoid it...
"LA LAW Conservatorship/Elder Law Attorney's main goal is to help families avoid Conservatorships BEFORE they are needed to protect a failing loved one. However, if a Conservatorship is the only solution to protect a loved one LA LAW Conservatorship Lawyers are prepared to assist with this complex legal process."
LA LAW Conservatorship Attorneys do not wish to see anyone have to be involved the establishment of a court monitored Conservatorship, but have the experience to help you with this process to protect a loved one. There are many legal steps that can protect the person that is close to be mentally incapacitated. It is much better all concerned to avoid a Conservatorship, as it saves the estate’s assets and does not take up the family's time in the court system and having a judge overseeing the way the estate is handled for the rest of the Conservatee's life (or length of time of the mental incapacity).
LA LAW Attorneys do not wish to see anyone have to be involved the establishment of a court monitored Conservatorship, but have the experience to help you with this process to protect a loved one.
There are many legal steps that can still protect the person that is close to be incapacitated. It is much better all concerned to avoid this process as it saves the estate’s assets and does not take up time in the court system and having a judge be involved in the review of the way the estate is handled.
This can be very difficult to make an older person understand and there are strict legal guidelines to make sure that the older person is protected and the proper person will be assigned to handle these matters. We are happy to give you more information about Conservatorships and protecting senior loved ones.
The High Cost of Aging
What is a Conservatorship?
How to Avoid a Conservatorship?
Are You Worried About Your Parents?
Estate Planning & Elder Law Litigation
In-House Fiduciary Accounting Services
Family Disagreements Over Competency of an Elder
Conservatorships are designed to protect any person but mainly are used for the elderly when they show they can no longer properly manage their finances and/or handle their own healthcare decisions. The conservator can only be appointed by a court, which can be an expensive process.
When a court determines that a person is not capable of making decisions due to mental or physical disability, the court will order another person, known as a conservator to be placed in charge of the person’s assets and/or healthcare. The conservator is responsible to generate reports on how the assets and money are being handled and spent, and to explain to the court a care plan for the conservatee.
Investigators periodically investigate how the conservator is managing assets and providing care.
We are proud to be a part of the complete solution to your family’s crisis, not just the lawyers that create the legal documents. We understand the issues surrounding the care of aging loved ones and what it takes legally to meet your needs and goals, while giving your family the peace of mind that your loved ones are getting the best care possible in a complex and confusing situation.
Please contact our office for a free initial consultation with Joseph McHugh, a California Elder Law Attorney. Or you may wish to call our office or check our web site for the date of our next free public class or workshop to learn more about elder law and the legal ways you can stay in control of your assets and your life!
After a thorough review of the best strategies and most cost effective process for your Conservatorship and our legal fees for the scope of work, we will structure a comprehensive plan to help you through this complex legal process created specifically to for your situation.
Our Law Office is located in Southern California; however, we serve many clients throughout the state and love an occasional road trip to help all of our clients, their family and friends.
We are very proud of the many personal and professional referrals we receive from happy clients and colleagues. Please contact our office today to schedule a free 30 minute consultation.
Take advantage of a free phone consultation or appointment for a free 30 minute consultation to review your individual situation and determine if you would benefit from our experience and legal services.
Call us at: (818) 241-4238