Conservatorship:

Conservatorship is a protective legal process in which the court may appoint a person called a conservator. A conservator’s role is to marshal and manage the property of an individual who is disabled and who requires a substitute financial decision maker either to prevent the property from being wasted or dissipated, or so that the financial support, care and welfare of the person is effectuated and managed.

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