A conservatorship is a legal instrument that gives a person (the conservator) the right to handle certain legal and financial matters for another (the conservatee). Unlike powers of attorney, which grant similar decision-making authority, conservatorships are overseen by a court.
Guardianships are also similar to conservatorships, but entail a greater level of incapacitation. Conservatees are not completely incapacitated, but wish to have some help in handling their day-to-day legal and financial matters.
If you need help establishing a conservatorship in New Jersey, the Law Office of Robert C. Nisenson, L.L.C., can guide you through the legal process. We can help you explore all of the estate planning options available to you, including establishing guardianships, powers of attorney and advance health care directives.
If you have questions about establishing a conservatorship, or managing an existing conservatorship, attorney Robert C. Nisenson can provide you with the knowledgeable guidance you need. With more than 25 years of experience, Mr. Nisenson is a trusted advocate for clients in East Brunswick and throughout surrounding communities.
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We handle conservatorships, guardianships and other estate planning matters for clients throughout central New Jersey. Contact us today online or by telephone at 732-518-8038 or toll free at 800-645-9625 to arrange a free initial consultation with an experienced East Brunswick conservatorship lawyer.