How Securing A Conservatorship Can Help Your Loved One
When a loved one loses the ability to effectively communicate his or her wishes regarding financial affairs, or lacks the capacity to manage their own financial affairs, ensuring their financial security and maintenance can become difficult. Progressive memory conditions such as dementia and Alzheimer’s, as well as traumatic injuries, and lifelong medical conditions can contribute to a person’s inability to effectively manage their own personal finances. In these circumstances, having a trusted person in place to manage the financial affairs of a loved one can provide great peace of mind.
The appointment of a conservator in these circumstances is sometimes the most effective way to ensure financial stability for a loved one. While the role of conservator can be challenging, we can help ensure that you are successful in fulfilling all of your responsibilities and guide you to make the best choices for your loved one.
Professional Guidance To Understand Importance And Role As A Conservator
At Lincoln & Wenk, PLLC, we have more than 25 years of combined experience helping our clients to resolve difficult situations. If a loved one becomes incapacitated, or requires the protections available under a conservatorship, it can be very difficult to begin taking action.
With our extensive experience, we can help you gain a clear understanding of how to navigate the role of conservator and what can be done to assist your loved ones in their time of need. We can also inform you of how powers of attorney can prepare for the possibility of needing another to eventually make critical health care or financial decisions for you.
For a better understanding of the level of service we provide to our clients, refer to our testimonials.
Speak With A Lawyer About Issues Affecting Your Loved Ones
Lincoln & Wenk, PLLC, is here to support you as you deal with your loved one’s pressing financial issues. To schedule an initial consultation, call 623-748-4890 or contact us online.