Are there fees involved?

If the conservatee owns sufficient assets, the Public Guardian is awarded fees for services through the Superior Court’s annual/semi-annual accounting process. If the conservatee does not have sufficient assets, fees are not collected.

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1. What is the Public Guardian / Public Conservator / Public Administrator Office responsible for?
2. What is the difference between a Public Administrator, a Public Conservator and a Public Guardian?
3. What services does the Public Administrator provide?
4. What services does the Public Conservator provide?
5. What services does the Public Guardian provide?
6. How does a Power of Attorney differ from a Conservatorship?
7. What are the different types of conservatorship?
8. Who can be a Petitioner?
9. Who is eligible for services through the Public Guardian?
10. How do I make a referral or get help for someone in need of Conservatorship services?
11. Are there fees involved?