Guide: Legal conservatorships in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York

Here is information for each state about conservatorships.

News 12 Staff

Oct 17, 2022, 4:03 PM

Updated 603 days ago

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Guide: Legal conservatorships in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York
People deemed unable to make certain life decisions for themselves can be placed into legal conservatorships in which a court-appointed conservator is given control over their finances and other critical aspects of their life, sometimes without their consent.
They most often involve people with developmental or intellectual disabilities, or those with age-related issues like dementia.
Below is information for each state about conservatorships:


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