How to Become an Adult’s Legal Conservator

Monday, Oct. 22, 2018 | 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

In California, many families struggle to care for adults who are not able to care for themselves. A conservatorship is a proceeding where a judge appoints a responsible person or organization to assist an adult with a disability with personal care or finances. This session provides general information about the court process and help in preparing and filing documents to be appointed as a probate conservator.

Class covers:

  • Screening for appropriateness of probate conservatorships or available alternatives
  • Obtaining referrals for other types of assistance
  • Overview of conservatorship law
  • Rights of the conservatee and responsibilities of the conservator
  • The court forms needed to file for a conservatorship
  • The petitioning process—what to expect before and after the hearing
  • The post-hearing process


Walk-ins welcome. First come, first served.

Presented by:
Kathy Chew, Self-Help Conservatorship Program Director, Bet Tzedek Legal Services

Registration Fee: FREE

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