Probate / Guardianship / Conservatorship Cases
Probate cases generally fall into three categories:
Probate of wills, trusts, and estates:
Probate is the court-supervised process by which someone's assets are distributed and debts are paid after their death.
A judge will appoint a conservator when they determine through a court process that a person cannot take care of themselves or their finances.
The judge gives someone that is not the child's parent custody of the child or the right to control the child's property, or both.
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