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Chattanooga Conservatorship Lawyer

Legal Representation for Conservators

Is your loved one having difficulty understanding the decisions that need to be made? Does he or she have trouble making the right medical or financial decisions for themselves? If you believe that your loved one can no longer make decisions about some areas of his or her life, then a conservatorship may be in his or her best interests.

At Jackson Law Firm, PLLC, we are intimately familiar with conservatorship and all other elder law matters in Tennessee. Our Chattanooga estate planning attorneys have helped hundreds of clients find the right answers for their families.

If your elderly loved one is suffering from Alzheimer's disease, dementia, or having difficulty managing their affairs due to the natural process of aging, we can help you determine if a conservatorship is on the horizon.

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Conservatorship in Tennessee

Guardianship is now called conservatorship in Tennessee; guardianship applies to minors under the age of 18. Conservatorship is a legal process where the court decides that an adult cannot make decisions about some areas of his or her life. Such difficulty making decisions may involve any of the following areas:

  • Living arrangements
  • Everyday personal care
  • Medical care
  • Vocational and educational services
  • Caring for dependents
  • Managing finances

Anyone who is willing and able may serve as a conservator, and this includes family, friends, or even acquaintances; however, the court will first consider a family member for appointment.

If the court decides to appoint a conservator, the areas of decision-making assigned to the conservator will be limited by those necessary and will be tailored to the abilities of the individual who cannot make decisions for himself or herself.

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As a prospective conservator, you should become educated on the judicial process, the duties of reporting, and being accountable to the court.

To learn more about the duties, obligations, and responsibilities of a conservator in Tennessee, contact Jackson Law Firm, PLLC. In a free consultation, our Chattanooga elder law attorney will answer your questions so you can proceed forward in the right direction.

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