Conservatorship

Conservatorship Lawyer in San Antonio

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When an individual can no longer make decisions or take care of themselves, a family member or loved one may seek conservatorship to ensure that their needs are met. A conservatorship is a legal relationship in which one person is appointed by the court to make decisions for another person who is unable to care for themselves.

At Paul Hardy Law, our San Antonio conservatorship lawyer understands how important it is to find a solution that benefits all parties involved. We are committed to helping you navigate the legal process and protecting the rights of your loved one.

Contact us online or call (726) 227-1090 to schedule a consultation today.

What Is a Conservator?

A conservator is a person appointed by the court to make financial decisions and manage the financial affairs of another individual, called a “ward.”

A conservator is often appointed when an individual is no longer able to manage their financial affairs due to:

  • Old age
  • Physical illness or disability
  • Mental illness or disability
  • Chronic drug or alcohol use

The court may also appoint a conservator to manage the financial affairs of a minor.

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How to Terminate a Conservatorship

In some cases, it may be necessary to terminate a conservatorship. To terminate a conservatorship, you must file a petition with the court in the county where the conservatorship was established. The court will require you to provide certain information, including the reason why you are seeking to terminate the conservatorship.

After the petition has been filed, the court will schedule a hearing. At the hearing, the court will consider the evidence and determine whether the conservatorship should be terminated. The court may require the conservator to provide an accounting of the ward’s financial affairs before terminating the conservatorship.

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Are you considering establishing a conservatorship? If so, it is important to seek legal representation from an experienced attorney. At Paul Hardy Law, we are committed to providing compassionate legal guidance and helping you achieve a favorable outcome. We can guide you through the conservatorship process and protect the rights of your loved one.

Contact us online or call (726) 227-1090 to schedule a consultation with our San Antonio conservatorship lawyer today.

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