Estate Planning Webinar: Demystifying Conservatorship: When Is It Needed, and How Does It Work?
January 26, 2021, 12 – 1 PM EST
The word “conservatorship” can be introduced and recommended flippantly by doctors, clinicians, bankers, and other professionals and should be thoroughly considered. However, some conservatorships are a necessary step for your loved ones in the disability journey. This session with Amy Boulware and Sally Brewer will help you: understand the distinction; be informed on the basic complexities of the conservatorship or guardianship process; and explore alternative options and pro bono resources. This session does not take the place of legal advice and is simply a discussion of this undertaking.
- Understand when/why to seek a legal guardian
- Learn about the court process of becoming the legal guardian
- Learn the responsibilities of a conservator
- Increase awareness to alternative options and community resources
- Answers to your specific questions
Hosted by Amy Boulware and Sally Brewer
Chambliss has been involved with hundreds of conservatorships over the years, advising from all angles of the process. Conservatorships are intended to protect and provide continuing care for individuals with disabilities who may be unable to make decisions and take care of themselves. Amy and Sally regularly advise clients on conservatorships, involving both simple and complex dynamics. Sally is often appointed as conservator by the court, too.
Date: Tues., Jan. 26
Time: 12 – 1 PM EST