Your family or friends must go to your local court and have someone appointed your Conservator. Again, this judge probably does not know you and may not appoint the same person you would choose. In the appointment process, people must testify in open court that you do not have the ability to care for yourself. It can be draining financially and emotionally. Your Conservator would have to report to the court for as long as you are disabled.
About Maria V. Primushko
As the founder of the law firm, attorney Maria focuses her practice on helping families with estate and legacy planning, as well as other legal matters such as Personal Injury and Bankruptcy Protection. Her goal and that of her team is to provide personalized support and guidance that creates peace of mind for all clients and families, no matter how big or small their estate is.