Can more than one guardian or conservator be appointed?
Co-guardians or conservators can be appointed. There is no statutory limit on the number of guardians or conservators appointed for a person. For practical purposes and ease in decision making, it is recommended that one, and no more than two, co-guardians or co-conservators be appointed. Generally, both conservators or guardians will have to agree on an action. However, the court can direct that decisions could be made by one or the other of the guardians or conservators.