Arizona Fiduciary Services serves as Arizona Probate Conservator in Tucson and can be appointed by the court under probate conservatorship to protect the health and welfare of your loved one
A probate conservatorship is a legal “tool” that provides management for the financial and/or personal affairs of adult individuals deemed by the court to be physically or mentally incapacitated.
A court appointed conservator may serve as an Arizona Probate Conservator of the Estate or an Arizona Probate Conservator of the Person. Arizona Fiduciary Services is licensed to serve as both Conservator of the Person and Conservator of the Estate.
A Conservator of the Person will protect a person unable to provide for basic needs like food, shelter and clothing. Conservator services under a conservatorship of the person may include:
A Conservator of the Estate is named to handle the financial affairs and protect the resources of someone unable to handle their own finances or unable to resist fraud or undue influence.
Specific duties of Arizona Probate Conservator of the Estate may include:
Arizona Fiduciary Services provides assistance as probate conservator in Tucson to individuals requiring special care and supervision. Our experienced and caring fiduciary team is licensed to meet your needs as Arizona Probate Conservator of Person or Arizona Probate Conservator of Estate.
Experience counts when it comes to finding a probate conservator who can enhance the quality of life for clients. Our familiarity with available community resources ensures that we can locate the resources needed to enhance quality of life for our clients.
Arizona Fiduciary principal Laurie Kuzdal has been providing probate conservator services for more than 20 years. Her experience with Arizona legal requirements means that you save money on conservatorship tasks that otherwise might need to be delegated to an attorney.
While any competent person may be appointed to serve as an Arizona probate conservator, we recommend that you select a Professional Private Fiduciary to be your probate conservator.
Licensed Private Fiduciaries are held to the highest standards of accountability, and offer a higher level of experience and competence than non-professional individuals acting in the same capacity may be able to offer.
In addition, families often find that naming a licensed and professional objective party helps to ease family tensions during difficult situations.
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