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Conservatorship

Friday, October 26, 2018

Three Common Myths About Avoiding Conservatorship


It is easy to confuse the role of a guardian and a conservator if you are not a Texas conservatorship lawyer or someone who is familiar with the Texas Estate Code. A guardian is appointed to make decisions regarding health care, living arrangements, and other non-monetary decisions for a minor or an adult who is judge incapacitated. A guardian may also be referred to as a conservator of the person.
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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Ten Things You Should Know About Guardianships in Texas

Sadly, some individuals will become incapacitated because of an accident or illness. When a person is unable to provide personal care, make sound decisions, or manage finances, the court may need to intervene by appointing a guardian. Texas has specific laws that govern guardianships. A Texas Guardianship lawyer can help you file the necessary documents with the court to seek guardianship. If you are serving as a guardian, you may want to consult with a


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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

How Can I Avoid Conservatorship in Texas?


Conservatorship is the legal process in which the court grants a person the authority to manage another person’s finances. The court assumes that minors always need to have a guardian to make important decisions about their care and finances.  However, an adult may need a conservator or guardian because of a disability or illness that results in mental or physical incapacitation.
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