Conservatorships and guardianships are legal tools used to protect vulnerable adults from financial exploitation. Conservatorships are created by the court, and conservators are appointed by the court.
If you believe it is necessary to create a conservatorship to protect an elderly parent or relative or other vulnerable adult, including an adult with congenital or injury-related cognitive challenges, contact the Phoenix probate law firm of Gorman & Jones, PLC. Probate attorneys Andrew P. Gorman or Matthew Mark Jones can provide experienced legal help.
Conservatorships usually occur because a party petitions the court. If you wish to establish a conservatorship, we can:
Sometimes issues arise with a conservator. Has a conservator failed to protect his or her conservatee or ward? Has a conservator his or her position or neglected or abused fiduciary responsibilities?
We are highly skilled and experienced litigators, and are adept at handling legal disputes ranging from will and trust contests and disputes over competency to questions regarding conservators’ conduct.
If you have questions or legal needs regarding conservatorships, contact a firm that has handled conservatorship law and other estate planning-related law exclusively since 1999 for a no-charge consultation.
Contact attorneys Andrew P. Gorman or Matthew Mark Jones of Gorman & Jones, PLC for a free initial consultation regarding conservatorships in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sun City, Arizona. We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover, are available for weekday and evening appointments, and operate five Arizona offices for your convenience. To contact us, call 623-974-5585.
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