In the Matter of ____________________________________
NOMINATED CONSERVATOR AGREEMENT
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION, SIGN THE FORM AND RETURN IT
TO THE COURT PRIOR TO THE HEARING TO APPOINT A CONSERVATOR.
A Conservator is appointed by the court to manage the finances of an individual (adult or minor)
who cannot effectively manage them. The conservator has control over all or part of the individual’s
income, savings, and property, and has a responsibility to spend and invest the money for the benefit
of the individual.
Being a Conservator is not a simple task. It can be very complicated and time-consuming. You will
have to account for all of the money that comes in – and for all of the money that is paid out – for the
individual’s funds that are to be protected.
After being appointed, the Conservator needs to sign an Acceptance of Appointment and file it with
the Court. A proof of bond may also be required. The court will then issue Letters of
Within 56 days after being appointed Conservator, you must file an Inventory form listing bank
accounts, stocks and bonds, real estate or any other valuable property the individual owns.
THE CONSERVATOR IS ALSO REQUIRED TO ATTEND A SEMINAR AT NOON ON
THE DAY OF THE COURT HEARING.
I have read the above information and will attend the seminar at noon on the day of my court
Date Signature of Conservator Appointee