A Conservatorship is a court proceeding in which a judge appoints a responsible person or conservator to care for another adult or conservatee. The probate court can appoint a conservator of the person, a conservator of the estate, or both, depending on the needs of the conservatee.
Skilled in using a client-centered approach for healthcare management, finding and maximizing resources for seniors, and coordinating transitional care. Busy and long-distance caregivers can utilize Elder Estate Advocates to supplement their efforts, provide expert guidance and keep an eye on their aging loved ones.
A free comprehensive assessment which includes nutrition, healthcare, housing, transportation, activities of daily living, elder abuse, etc. Used to identify risks, needs and the development of a comprehensive plan.
A power of attorney is a document you can use to appoint someone to make decisions and/or act on your behalf. The responsibilities of a fiduciary acting as an Agent under Power of Attorney can include financial matters, health care, medical treatment decisions and final burial arrangements.