Courts will typically name a conservator for someone who is unable to take care of himself or his finances. This can occur for a variety of reasons ranging from mental illness to simply getting older. If you’ve been appointed as a conservator, you may have some questions about what your responsibilities are. At Lobello Lamb Lewis & Riley LLP, our conservatorship attorneys are experienced in providing guidance to new conservators. Call us today for help dealing with these issues.

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