Guardianships and Conservatorships
Guardianships and Conservatorships may be necessary when a person becomes incapacitated due to age, illness or injury. In these proceedings, the court appoints a person (a “conservator” or “guardian”) to manage the person’s financial affairs or personal care decisions. The Court will consider whether the person is unable to make basic care or financial decisions themselves.
At Johnson, Larson & Peterson, P.A., our attorneys are experienced with these unique legal relationships. We can help explain the legal process, handle the necessary court proceedings, and advise the appointed person regarding the ongoing powers and responsibilities of being a guardian or conservator.