Learn what a common conservatorship is and how to seek conservatorship when your family member may be disoriented and struggling with day-to-day activities. Southern California probate attorney Phillip Lemmons APC explains more about conservatorship in this video.
If you are noticing that your parent, sibling or child is struggling with everyday activities, is acting disoriented, forgetting what they say, struggling with driving a vehicle, or unable to bathe or cook, then you need to come forward and seek conservatorship. When this happens, a skilled lawyer should be consulted on how to ask the court to appoint you as your family member’s conservator. Even Britney Spears had her family come forward when she was struggling with mental health issues. Her parent was appointed as conservator until she was out of treatment. There is a wide variety of reasons to seek conservatorship, such as elderly disoriented parents, adults with disabilities, and people struggling with mental health issues. California probate attorney Phillip Lemmons handles all types of conservatorship cases. Call (800) 840-1998 to schedule a free consultation. You may also want to visit www.thelegacylawyers.com to view our articles, frequently asked questions, free books and informative resources.