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question iconCan an acting conservator litigate against the person he/she is appointed as a conservator for?
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A conservator is someone that is court-appointed to manage the financial affairs of another person. I can't tell from your questions exactly what you are asking. If a conservator is acting inappropriately - for example, the conservator breached their fiduciary duty - there may be grounds to challenge the conservatorship or the appointment of that conservator. The best thing to do is to speak with an attorney to discuss your questions and options. If you would like to schedule a free case assessment with a conservatorship attorney at Robinson & Henry, please contact us at (303) 688-0944.

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Bill Henry
Estate PlanningJun 7, 2021
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