What does a conservator do?

A conservator is a family member, friend, professional fiduciary or other interested person who is appointed by the probate court to make financial and legal decisions for an incapacitated person. The conservator has to act in the best interests of the ward at all times. A conservator can be the representative payee for an individual's social security or disability benefits, can obtain authority over bank accounts and pay bills for the individual.

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