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Vista Conservatorship Lawyer

Are You Seeking Conservatorship Of A Loved One In California?

When an adult cannot manage his or her health or financial affairs, a conservatorship may be necessary. Under California law, a conservatorship is created by a court order that gives an adult authority to provide care for another adult.

The Vista law office of Paul V. L. Campo helps people in North San Diego County obtain conservatorships to protect their loved ones. When you work with our law firm, you can rest assured that you will have a strong legal advocate throughout the conservatorship process.

Understanding California Conservatorship Law

California law provides for two distinct types of conservatorship: conservatorship of the person and conservatorship of the estate. Conservatorships of the person are created when there is sufficient evidence to prove that a person cannot provide for his or her own daily needs. Conservatorship of the estate grants a conservator authority to manage another's financial affairs.

At the law office of Paul V. L. Campo, we have the experience and skill necessary to help you obtain the right to take care of your loved one through a conservatorship. Paul V. L. Campo, a native of Vista, has more than 30 years of experience in practicing law.

Protecting The Elderly From Financial Exploitation

Elder abuse is a serious problem in our society. Its core element is the "expectation of trust" of the older person toward their abuser. Thus, it includes harm by people the older person knows or with whom they have a relationship, such as a spouse, partner or family member, or someone on whom older person relies for services, such as a caretaker. If you suspect that someone has manipulated or is manipulating your loved one, it is critical that you understand your options to prevent or stop the acts of exploitation. Our North San Diego County law office can help you obtain the legal authority to protect the well-being of your loved one.

Contact A Conservatorship Lawyer In North San Diego County

Call us today at 760-691-1081 or contact us online to talk to Paul V. L. Campo, an experienced Vista conservatorship attorney. Initial consultations are offered free of charge.