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Guardianship vs. Conservatorship

Guardianships and conservatorships can both be used to allow one person to make decisions for an incapacitated individual. Both of these roles require court approval to show that the individual is incapacitated and to name the guardian or conservator. Guardianships … Continue reading

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Custody and Managing Conservatorship in Texas

I. What is Child Custody Legal child custody is having the obligation and the right to decide on matters regarding the upbringing of a child. A parent who has legal custody can make decisions about where the child would go … Continue reading

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What is a Conservatorship?

  By Carmine Perri When we help clients develop their estate plans, one of the advance directives we encourage them to create is a Designation of Conservator. You decide ahead of time who will manage your affairs – and under … Continue reading

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Custody vs. Conservatorship in Your Divorce

 Child custody arrangements are one of the most nerve-wracking court decisions you’d ever have to anticipate as a parent in a Texas Family Court. Most of the parents who approach Texas family law attorneys have this as their biggest concern … Continue reading

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In Re Conservatorship of P.D. (Cal. Ct. App. – March 29, 2018)

"P.D. suffers from schizophrenia. He was arrested for violating a restraining order that protects his family. The court found him incompetent to stand trial. It committed him to Sylmar Health and Rehabilitation Center for mental health treatment to restore his … Continue reading

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