In this video, Long Beach Probate Attorney John T. Anderson discusses the conservatorship process in California. Mr. Anderson addresses the following topics:

  • -   What is a conservatorship and what is the conservatorship process in California?
  • -   Who needs a conservatorship?
  • -   Is there a benefit to having a conservatorship?
  • -   What is a Probate Volunteer Panel ("PVP") Attorney?
  • -   How can I avoid the time and expense of a conservatorship?

Contact our office for more information on conservatorships in California. We are here to explain the California conservatorship process to you and to assist you in the steps that need to be taken.

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