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Conservatorship & Guardianship

Safeguarding the dignity and financial health of the vulnerable

Krista Jordan has more than 15 years of geriatrics experience; protecting and meeting the needs of those with dementia.

What is a conservator?

A conservator is a person appointed by the court to manage the personal and financial affairs of an individual. This occurs when someone is incapacitated by any of the following, threatening their ability to live independently:

Severe injury


Mental health issue

Substance abuse

Without 24/7 support, they often become a risk to themselves or victims of fraud or abuse.

What is a guardianship?

A guardian is a person appointed by the court to manage that incapacitated person's individual decisions: 

Health care




How do you begin the journey?

Most families don’t have the expertise or resources to manage the affairs of an incapacitated loved one. A conservatorship & guardianship can give families the confidence that they are safeguarding the physical and financial freedom of that vulnerable family member in their greatest time of need. Beginning the journey is as easy as letting one of our compassionate psychotherapists conduct a discrete pre-screen, which gives the family the professional assessment they need to make an informed decision.

Krista Jordan's experience as a social worker allows her to serve those in need of conservator or guardian services.

Conservatorship & Guardianship Management Services

If your loved one is diagnosed as a candidate, Lifecare Wellness Counseling is fully staffed to guide this journey for your family. Our conservatorship & guardianship management services take the worry out of:


Petition filing


Persons of interest notification


Hearing representation


Conservator bonding


Inventorying assets


Accounting updates

Exploring a conservatorship or guardianship can seem intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be.

Learn more about pre-screening and a conservatorship at: 

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