Conservatorship Law Los Angeles
Conservatorship Law Los Angeles Ca: Caring for your family at different stages of life is part of the protective practice of Conservatorship Law. As Los Angeles Conservatorship Law attorneys, we often counsel clients in multi-disciplinary legal areas. Our Los Angeles practice of Conservatorship Law includes all of the following areas of law. Conservatorships are pronounced conservator-ships. A conservator in Los Angeles is the protector of the rights of the Conservatee. If you are looking to find a Los Angeles Conservator look to us for assistance. Becoming a Conservator in Los Angeles is not easy, but with excellent advice, you can get through it.
Will Contest (Wills and Trusts): Our Elder & Conservatorship Law practice focus of preparing a plan of action for management of assets during incapacity and for distribution of the assets after death for residents in Los Angeles, when your know your family members will be need to deal with other decisions.
Preparation of Power of Attorney Documents: Power of attorney documents are created as means to assist in decision-making during difficult times by appointing an agent to make decisions on behalf of the principal, as an alternative to court proceedings. When a power of attorney is not available as an option, appointing a conservator in Los Angeles is your best choice. Conservatorships protect disabled persons and the conservator who will act to protect.
Preparation of Advance Health Care Directives: When it is time for making health care decisions, this document serves as a simplified version of your decision regarding your health and as a statement of your authority to allow someone else to make health care decisions for you when you are no longer able to do so yourself.
Trust Administration: When a person dies (or even when he/she is incapacitated), the assets in a trust need to be managed and then distributed upon death. This process is commonly called trust administration.
Probate Administration: When there is no trust, when the trust is invalid, or when a trust is not funded, or where there are other questions about the will and trust, certain court procedures allow for distribution of assets at death or even while someone is incompetent.
Conservatorships & Conservatorship Law: Conservatorships are protective proceedings where an adult requests certain powers from the court to care for another adult. A Los Angeles Conservatorship is a complex process that requires expert advice and can have great impact on the ability to contest a will or trust and their respective results after death.
Medi-Cal Planning and Asset Protection: We assist clients in obtaining Medi-Cal benefits and create estate strategies for asset protection for our clients to retain their most valued possessions.
Guardian Ad Litem: Many times, an incapacitated person who is also elderly has rights to claims in lawsuits. Our Guardian Ad Litem can help protect the disabled in lawsuits. Mina Sirkin is on the Guardian Ad Litem Panel of the Los Angeles Superior Court’s Probate Court.
Financial Elder Abuse and Conservatorship Laws: We help recover assets of elderly in probate and civil court where the assets have been taken by another person, or used for a wrongful purpose. Financial abuse of elders is also frequently a subject matter of litigation in trust estates and probate contests.