Conservatorship Lawyers in Clinton
What to Bring to a Conservatorship Appointment
It is never an easy task to become a conservator on behalf of a loved one, but in most cases, it is necessary to protect that person from making mistakes that could put his or her financial security or health at risk.
If you would like to become a conservator for a loved one who can no longer make decisions for him or herself, contact Cantrell, Goodge & Associates today. Our Clinton estate planning lawyers can take quick action to protect your loved one from being taken advantage of and begin the process to have you named conservator.
For a free consultation at our Clinton, Tennessee, office, contact us online or by calling (865) 999-0101.
What You Need to Do Before Seeing Us
Before your consultation, it is important that you collect some important information about your loved one.
- Determine if someone has been given power of attorney and is already making decisions on his or her behalf.
- Figure out if someone is trying to take advantage of your loved one, such as a business, relative or scam artist. Call us right away if there is an imminent risk.
- Collect his or her medical records for the last year if you have power of attorney. Additionally, speak with your loved one's doctor to get his or her opinion on the need for a conservator or if further examination is necessary.
With this information, when you come in for your conservatorship appointment, our experienced Clinton probate lawyers will be able to get to work protecting the rights and interests of your loved one.
Call Cantrell, Goodge & Associates Today
Experienced probate lawyers in Clinton can walk you through all the steps of becoming a conservator to protect your loved one. To schedule a consultation and hear more about what you need to bring to your appointment, call us at (865) 999-0101.