Probate Law :: Conservatorships

A Conservatorship is the legal procedure to appoint a person, to take charge of the person and/or estate of an adult deemed by a Court as incapacitated. A Conservator is a person from the Probate Court to oversee the financial and personal affairs of an adult person who is determined by the Probate Court to be incapable of managing his or her affairs, or unable to care from himself/herself.

We have successfully represented clients across Connecticut, including the areas of New London, New Haven, Hartford, Fairfield, Middletown, Norwich and surrounding area.

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