What Is A Conservatorship?

Conservatorships allow a designated person to manage the financial affairs of another individual. The need for a conservatorship can arise if a person is physically or mentally disabled, or the person is under the age of 18. Our lawyers at Marrs & Terry, PLLC, have more than a decade of experience assisting our clients with conservatorship and we can explain all of your options to you.

For an initial consultation with an experienced conservatorship lawyer in Michigan, contact Marrs & Terry, PLLC, to make an appointment. Discuss the needs of your family with our lawyers and create a plan that works.

Guidance You Can Trust To Establish A Conservatorship

Conservatorships can be put in place when a child owns real estate or other valuable property, or when an adult cannot care for his or her real property. This tool is mainly used to protect the financial affairs of those who are incapable of doing so themselves.

At our Michigan law firm, we use our extensive understanding of the law in this area to guide you to solutions that protect the best interests of your loved ones. We understand the needs that can arise when a family member is disabled or otherwise cannot manage his or her financial affairs. Allow us to help you resolve your conservatorship issues.

What Are The Duties And Responsibilities Of A Conservator?

Under Michigan law, a conservator has the responsibility to preserve the assets of the protected individual. He or she may act without court authorization in order to pay medical bills, support and education expenses for the individual.

However, a conservator may not sell the individual’s interests in property or other buildings. If you have questions regarding the rights and duties of a conservator, we can help. Allow us to provide you with the answers you need.

Have Questions About Conservatorships? Contact Us Today.

The lawyers of Marrs & Terry, PLLC, know how to properly create conservatorships and guardianships that can assist your family. Call us toll free at 734-663-0555 or contact our law firm online to schedule a consultation.