Greenville Conservatorship Lawyer Near Me
Experienced Conservatorship Lawyer
Conservators have court-ordered authority and responsibility to manage the affairs of those who can no longer make their own decisions about finances or health care.
If the incapacitated person planned ahead and signed durable powers of attorney for finances and health care, that person won't need a conservator because the person named in those documents can take charge.
The best way to avoid a conservatorship is for an older person to prepare durable powers of attorney before a health crisis occurs. That way, someone handpicked will be able to step in to make financial and medical decisions if necessary.
At Law Office of Brittany Gray, in Greenville, SC, we know the ins and outs of probate law. We will sit down with you to help you with the representation you need.