Conservatorship – a person judicially appointed to manage the financial affairs of another person is called a "Conservator" whether for a minor or an adult. A Conservator may be appointed for a minor if the court determines that a minor owns money or property that requires management or protection which cannot otherwise be provided or has or may have affairs which may be jeopardized or prevented by his minority or that funds are needed for his support and education and that protection is necessary or desirable to obtain or provide funds. The Conservator must file an accounting of the administration of the estate with the court. A Conservatorship terminates upon the death of the protected person.

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