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The court provides concerned family members with an opportunity to manage the estates of individuals who are either too young or no longer able to responsibly oversee their assets. Though conservatorships and guardianships differ in their application, their intentions are the same. Sasin Law, LLC can help you understand your options when it comes to these arrangements.

Contact our Denver conservatorship and guardianship lawyer for a free consultation at (720) 204-5903.

The Role of the Estate Guardian

Any incapacitated individual can be granted an estate guardian to help make estate-related decisions. A guardianship is usually granted for minors or mentally incapacitated persons. An estate guardian might also care for the individual through overseeing their health care needs, living arrangements, and making other similar decisions. Sometimes, the estate guardian and the personal guardian are two different people.

Usually, the will or trust names an estate guardian. However, if an estate guardian is not named ahead of time, the court will appoint one during probate.

Through guardianship, the court grants you the ability to make many decisions for the ward regarding:

  • Healthcare
  • Investments
  • Purchases of property
  • Court claims
  • Education

Conservatorships vs. Guardianships

A conservatorship specifically serves persons who are elderly, physically incapacitated, or mentally incapacitated. Sometimes, conservatorships are granted temporarily while the owner of an estate recovers from an injury. A conservator does not usually make health care decisions for the individual; instead, the conservator focuses on the financial assets of the incapacitated individual.

Knowing whether you should apply for a conservatorship or a guardianship will depend on your unique circumstances. Our goal at Sasin Law, LLC is to make this process smooth so you can begin taking care of your loved one.

Learn more about your options by calling our Denver estate planning attorney at (720) 204-5903.

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