Elder Law Lawyer in Longmont

Contested Conservatorship Issues

When an individual is appointed as a conservator for a family member, they are legally made responsible for making financial decisions on behalf of their loved one and managing his or her estate. Conservatorships become necessary when the family member has resources or assets that need proper management.

A conservator can become necessary for the following reasons:

  • The family member suffers from mental incapacity
  • The family member has an injury or illness that makes it impossible to effectively communicate important decisions
  • The family member is detained or otherwise unable to return to the United States
  • The family member is deemed legally missing

If your family member has not appointed durable power of attorney, the court will be responsible for selecting a conservator to act on their behalf. Sometimes, families disagree on who should be appointed conservator due to issues involving money and control. In these cases, it is important to involve an attorney who is experienced in elder law matters to facilitate a resolution.

25+ Years of Experience in Elder Law

Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. has more than two decades of experience assisting the legal needs of people in Longmont, Colorado. We are available to handle a variety of elder law matters, including estate planning, probate, trust litigation, long-term care planning and conservatorship and guardianship issues. No matter what you are facing, our mission is to help protect the best interests of your loved one and find a solution that benefits your family.

When you choose to work with our firm, you will be working with a team of seasoned professionals dedicated to helping you achieve your legal goals. Through customized counsel and strategic legal planning, we work hard to help our clients protect their loved ones.

We encourage you to get in touch with Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. as soon as possible to talk about your conservatorship issue with a Longmont conservatorship lawyer. Schedule a consultation when you call our office at (720) 809-8310.