There may come a time in life when you, or a loved one, may not be able to make critical decisions. This may be due to aging, Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, a stroke, an accident, general cognitive decline, or some other serious medical condition. In these cases, the court may appoint a Guardian or a Conservator of the person in California, to assist you, or a loved one, to make critical decisions on your behalf.
As Guardian and Conservator of the Person, we assume responsibility for the basic care and daily needs of our adult clients who have been determined to be mentally or physically incapacitated. This typically includes living arrangements, healthcare needs, medical decisions, and other safety and long-term care decisions.