Limited Conservatorships

 At the Law Offices of Jennifer Solomon, we recognize how difficult it is to provide the necessary care for an adult who has a developmental disability. 

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Whether you have a child who is turning 18 or have a loved one who is 18 or older, it is paramount to ensure that they have appropriate care.  A limited conservatorship grants a responsible person certain rights to look after a developmentally disabled adult.  Limited Conservatorships are so called because they are limited to the extent necessary to protect the Limited Conservatee (unlike General Conservatorships).  Most often, the circumstances giving rise to the need to appoint a Limited Conservatorship are very personal.  Sometimes, the decisions of people looking to create the Conservatorship can be governed by emotion rather than reason.  The Law Offices of Jennifer Solomon provide a level of “rational compassion” to its clients, recognizing the sensitive nature of the situation but also steering its clients to make decisions that are in the best interests of the developmentally disabled adult, the family and other loved ones.  In addition, acting as a Conservator involves a number of responsibilities and obligations, and often requires ongoing reporting to the Court and other parties.  We pride ourselves on making the process as simple and painless for you as possible, providing you with the assurances that you are making the best decisions for your loved one.

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