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Melinda Brown Law: Conservatoriship


Ensure Your Loved Ones' Well-Being


The Constitution provides certain rights to all people, and the Courts are tasked with protecting those rights. However, the Court also has a duty to protect people who are vulnerable or unable to care for themselves. These competing interests make Conservatorships one of the trickiest areas of law. 


A Conservatorship is where the Courts remove an individual's Constitutional rights and vest them in another person. This can only be done where the Court finds the individual is disabled and needs the Court’s protection. However, the Court will monitor the matter for as long as the Conservatorship exists.

How We Can Help

If your loved one is not able to care for themselves or manage their daily needs, we can help with filing the necessary paperwork to obtain a conservatorship. Once the conservatorship has been established, we can also help with the annual filings for the Court. We are here to guide you through all the various questions and issues that may arise along the way to make sure you, and the disabled person, are protected. 

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