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A conservatorship is a voluntary, court-supervised relationship in which a mentally competent but physically infirm adult applies to the Court to appoint a conservator to care for the applicant's person, property or both.
Frequently, the conservatee has suffered an injury or an illness which inhibits or prevents them from physically signing their name or taking physical actions necessary to handle their business affairs and yet they are mentally sound. These are situations where a conservatorship may be appropriate.
The conservator acts only upon direction from the conservatee. The conservatee remains in control of their own business and legal interests.
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