Individuals who are unable to care for themselves may be appointed a conservator or guardian in order to ensure that their needs are fully met and their interests are looked out for.
A conservatorship is generally established for the care of mentally or physically disabled individuals, whereas a guardianship is provided for the care of minors.
Depending on the nature of the situation, conservators and guardians may be required to manage a wide range of issues for those they have been appointed to safeguard, including the management of estates and financial decision-making.
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