Picking up from where Guardianships and Conservatorships: FAQs (Pt. 1) left off we will answer some more commonly asked questions about guardianships and conservatorships.
A – Yes. Guardianships and conservatorships can be as restricted or expansive in authority as the court sees fit to grant. In particular, the following are a few of the more common types of guardianships and conservatorships that can be obtained:
A – Family members and/or other “interested parties” can pursue guardianships and conservatorships. Given that the term “interested parties” is broad, it can also be possible for entities (like agencies, rather than people) to seek guardianships and conservatorships.
Ultimately, regardless of who is seeking guardianships and conservatorships, it will be up to the court to decide whether the petitioning party should be granted such authority over a particular person.
For more answers about guardianships and conservatorships, be sure to look for the conclusion to this blog series that will be published soon!
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