Category: Conservatorship

Interpreters Available Soon for Conservatorship Cases

Conservatorship cases are gaining access to something they have needed for a while: interpreters. This year, the California Judicial Council approved a Language Access Plan to extend free interpretation services to all civil and criminal cases by 2017. Previously, free interpreters were only available in criminal cases. Individuals involved in

3 Steps to Selecting a Professional Fiduciary

When someone is no longer capable of managing their own health, wellbeing, or personal and financial affairs, sometimes a family member or close friend will be assigned the responsibilities through what is called a conservatorship. If there is no such person to call upon, however, then a professional fiduciary can