Being a conservator for someone who is mentally incapacitated, or a ward, is the equivalent of a job, and some people make a living being professional conservators. Because conservatorship is a court supervised process, there are quit a few responsibilities in being in such a role according to About.com. One of the main duties is investing the ward’s assets and overseeing them. In addition, the status of real estates and other tangible personal properties also need to be determined. When there are assets such as investments, property, and others, taxes are needed to be paid along with things like medical and personal bills. Because the ward is mentally incapacitated, living and care arrangements are needed.
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