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Conservatorships and the Proof Required to Establish Disability

When considering whether or not to appoint someone as conservator over the estate of another person (often called the “ward”), it must be shown to the court by clear and convincing evidence that the ward “is fully or partially disabled and that the [ward] is in need of ... read more...

How to Know if Your Adult Child with Disabilities Needs a Conservatorship

In Tennessee, a person who reaches the age of 18 is presumed to be legally competent, regardless how mild or severe their disability may be. This can cause problems for parents who are used to managing their child's affairs. How do you know if a conservatorship might be right for your child? read more...