Conservatorships

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We aim to work with judges and clerks to make representing yourself feasible. Still, serving as a conservator can be complicated. A lawyer can be a valuable guide and counselor when unexpected difficulties arise.

We list below the forms that will assist you in successfully serving as a conservator. Before starting, however, please read the explanatory booklet entitled Conservatorships in format, for which you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.  

Description of Form (in Microsoft Word)

Pages

Letter to Physician or Psychologist

1

Sworn Report of Physician or Psychologist

1

Petition for Conservatorship

2

Consent to Serve as Conservator

1

Consent to Appointment of Conservator

1

Order Appointing Guardian ad Litem

1

Order Appointing Conservator

1

Surety Bond

1

Inventory of Assets

1

Agreement with Financial Institution

1

Accounting by Conservator

1

Order Closing Conservatorship

1

Total

13

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