If a person becomes unable to make financial decisions, a conservator may be appointed by the court. This conservator will then be able to make all decisions regarding the finances for this individual. All money spent by the conservator, whether it is paying bills or selling assets, will need to be accounted for to prevent misappropriating funds. If there is a need for you to become a conservator, we can help guide you through this process and ensure that all documents filed are accurate. Call us or visit us at one of our offices for further help.