Montana Guardianship & Conservators

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When loved ones are no longer able to handle their own financial or personal affairs, the court can give that authority to another person, known as a guardian and/or conservator. The role of a guardian is to manage and control a person’s physical care and custody, while a conservator is responsible for handling a person’s financial matters. The decisions carried out by a guardian or conservator can involve issues relating to the person’s health, care, safety, therapeutic needs, financial and legal affairs and other areas of the person’s life.

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