Michigan Guardianship & Conservatorship Lawyer
Probate courts handle guardianships and conservatorships. If a family member or close friend is unable to care for themselves or their property, you can establish a conservatorship or guardianship to ensure the person is properly cared for and his or her property is handled competently.
A guardian has the responsibility to:
- Determine where the individual lives
- Make provision for his or her care and comfort, including food, clothing and shelter
- Obtain services to achieve the best possible state of well-being
- Return the individual to self-management, if and when possible
- Authorize or refuse medical treatment
- Take care of clothing, furniture, vehicles, and other belongings
A conservator is a person or financial institution appointed by the probate court to handle an individual’s property and financial affairs. Sometimes the same person serves as both guardian and conservator.
Once appointed, a conservator takes title to and manages the individual’s assets. A conservatorship can be limited by the court in such way the individual continues to control part of his or her property.
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