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Category: conservatorship

Nov 23, 2018 - conservatorship by |

California and Marin County Probate and Financial Elder Abuse Attorneys: Conservatorships and Professional Fiduciaries

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Court-Appointed Fiduciaries Wield Great Power Potential for Abuse of Power Court-appointed conservators and other fiduciaries (such as guardians or trustees) wield enormous power over the dependent individuals and properties they are appointed to manage and protect. Court appointments supersede earlier Powers of Attorney, trustee nominations and the like […]

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Sep 7, 2018 - conservatorship by |

California and Alameda County Probate and Financial Elder Abuse Attorneys: Conservatorships and Professional Fiduciaries

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Court-Appointed Fiduciaries Wield Great Power Potential for Abuse of Power Court-appointed conservators and other fiduciaries (such as guardians or trustees) wield enormous power over the dependent individuals and properties they are appointed to manage and protect. Court appointments supersede earlier Powers of Attorney, trustee nominations and the like […]

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Oct 16, 2015 - Assisted Living by |

Elder Abuse in a New Guise?

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER In the wake of Governor Jerry Brown’s signing of the End of Life Option Act, California has become the sixth state in the US to allow physician assisted suicide. While the bill offers those in excruciating pain or discomfort the agency to end their own lives, some disability […]

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Oct 9, 2015 - Annuities by |

Finra Jumps in to Help Elders

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Finra, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, has decided to give financial advisers the authority to circumvent rules on trade execution when they believe that an elderly client is being manipulated or financially abused. Till now, there was no way of stopping a transaction carried out by unscrupulous relatives […]

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May 14, 2015 - Caregiver by |

Duties of a Conservator

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER A conservatorship can be established for someone who can no longer adequately take care of his or her personal care or finances. California Law requires all conservators to have a copy of The Judicial Council of California’s “Handbook for Conservators,” which includes a description of conservator duties. Duties […]

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May 13, 2015 - Caregiver by |

A Guide to Establishing a Conservatorship

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER A conservatorship can be established for someone who can no longer adequately take care of his or her personal care or finances. A judge can appoint a conservator, which is either a person or an organization who will take care of another person’s personal needs, finances, or both. […]

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