Last week we went over what a guardianship was and this week we’re going to explain a conservatorship. A conservatorship is a court proceeding meant to provide protective oversight for a person deemed unable to care for themselves, their affairs or their estate. The conservator is the person who manages the financial and personal needs of the individual. In California, there are three types of conservatorships: 1. Probate Conservatorship – The judge gives the conservator responsibility to care for a person deemed unable to care for themselves. 2. Limited Conservatorship – The judge gives the conservator responsibility to care for a person who has a developmental disability. 3. L.P.S. Conservatorship – The judge gives the conservator responsibility to care for a person who is deemed seriously mentally ill and require special care. If you are unsure which conservatorship category you fit into, it is always best to contact an attorney for more information. For more information visit us at: https://www.thelegacylawyers.com/ If you have any questions, feel free to comment below or contact us at 714-963-7543. Know someone who will find this useful? Share it!