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How do I get reappointed as a Conservator?

You must file for re-appointment before the termination date. The Court will send a notice of termination to the conservator, conservatee, conservatee’s placement and conservatee’s attorney. It is extremely important that you keep the Court informed of any address changes for you or the conservatee. Failure to receive notice from the Court does not stop the conservatorship from terminating and is not a reason for the Court to overrule the termination. You should file for re-appointment 30 days prior to the termination date of the conservatorship. You must include a self-addressed, stamped envelope for any documents which you need returned to you.

  • Important
  • A conservatorship is established for a period of one year. By law it will terminate if you do not file for reappointment.
For the forms need to petition for reappointment as a Conservator, go to Mental Health forms.

  • Important
  • Always have the case number and conservatee’s name available when contacting the Court regarding your case.
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