Protecting Your Financial Future Through Conservatorships

When you are planning for your future and preparing your estate plan, it is important to include end-of-life care. As we grow older, there is always the chance that we could lose our ability to make decisions on our own.

If you are unable to make certain decisions for yourself, you want to be sure that your financial affairs will be handled competently by someone you trust. Make sure you talk with an experienced attorney who can help you understand your rights and protect your interests in the process.

Our Team Is Here For You

At the Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning, PLLC, we can help you. Our estate planning lawyers bring more than 40 years of combined experience to every case they handle.

We share a strong commitment to our clients. We are committed to helping you get the best results possible and protect your interests. Our firm represents clients throughout the Brighton, Michigan, area in all aspects of estate planning and elder law matters, including conservatorships.

What Is A Conservatorship?

While a guardianship is a transfer of decision-making authority from one party to another in terms of all personal matters, a conservatorship is a similar transfer, but it is limited to matters involving financial decision-making. A conservatorship is a legal instrument that depends on a finding of legal incapacity. When this happens, all legal decision-making rights are given to the conservator.

Whether you are a potential conservator for a parent or other loved one or a person who might become a ward in a conservatorship relationship, our lawyers can help you understand your options and protect your rights through the process.

Contact Us

At the Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning, PLLC, we look forward to talking with you about conservatorship or other elder law issues. Call us at 810-626-3277 (800-724-5989 toll free) or contact us online to schedule your initial consultation.