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Where can I get help with a conservatorship?

The Conservatorship Pro Per Assistance Program for the Stanley Mosk Courthouse is located in the Resource Center, Room 426. Conservatorship clinics are held Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. The free clinic helps low-income individuals on a first-come basis. They are open to the public in need of assistance in a conservatorship action or with alternatives to conservatorship and elder abuse restraining orders. The clinic assists in filling out forms and in giving information about the process of obtaining a conservatorship or an elder abuse restraining order.

  • Important
  • The Conservatorship clinics do not act as your attorney and will not represent you.

The Handbook for Conservators provides step-by-step information and tools -- including forms, worksheets, and sample letters -- needed to successfully fulfill the role of conservator of a person or estate. You will learn about the different types of conservatorships and the role of probate court. Many resources on where to find help are also included in this handy guidebook

For more information about conservatorships, go to the California Courts website.

For the Handbook for Conservators, go to the California Courts website.
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