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Conservatorships in Tennessee

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In the event that an individual is unable to manage their own finances, then a judge might appoint a conservator to take care of it for them, known as a conservatorship. A conservator may be a responsible person or corporation whose duty is to make sure that both the person and property of an individual are supported and protected. This would include duties like transportation, purchasing food and clothing, providing shelter, and making sure medical needs are met. If a friend or family member has been incapacitated, then you might want to look into obtaining a conservator to take care of their needs. I am David B. La Roche and I can advise you on the best course of action to take. As a Murfreesboro probate lawyer, I am well-versed on all the laws and requirements for setting up a conservatorship for your family.

Types of Conservatorships in Rutherford County

Individuals can be the conservator of a person or of their property. Those who are a conservator for a person will help decide any personal issues such as their residence, medical work, meals, clothing, and other daily living activities. The court might identify specific areas that a conservator is asked to oversee and then have them report to the court about their actions. In a conservatorship of property, estate, or finances, the conservator manages a person's assets. Their duty is to make sure that the person's property is protected and used for the benefit of the incapacitated individual. The court also requires the conservator of property to make regular reports and keep an account of all his or her actions.

Sometimes an individual is a conservator of both person and property, which is known as a full conservatorship. This is the most common type. If a person is temporarily disabled, then they might need a temporary conservatorship, called a standby fiduciary. This tends to be a topic of controversy in Tennessee. It is also possible to appoint co-conservators who can act either dependently or independently of one another. If you have questions on what type of conservatorship is best for your loved one, especially when in the context of estate planning or probate, talk to my firm.

Counsel from a Trustworthy Murfreesboro Probate Lawyer

As a compassionate Murfreesboro probate attorney, I understand that my clients are often going through major life-changes, which can be difficult and stressful. I do my best to make sure that my clients receive the best possible legal representation. Providing each individual with the personal attention that they both need and deserve, it is my greatest desire that each case return successful results. At my firm, we place value on each and every client that comes to us seeking help. Don't trust the future of your loved one to anyone else. Call my firm or have your case reviewed for free with my case evaluation form!

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LaRoche Law Office
Murfreesboro Estate Planning Attorney
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Murfreesboro, TN 37130
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