My Adult Loved One Is Losing Control. How Do We File a Conservatorship in Los Angeles County?

A conservatorship, as it’s called in California, is given to somebody who petitions the court to give them control over an aspect or some aspects of another adult’s life. This is usually done because the adult is incapacitated in some way, due to disability or old age. However, a person can become subject to a conservatorship (“conservatee”) if they have another problem, such as mental illness or alcoholism.

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Los Angeles County Elder Lawyer Answers, “What is the difference between Medicare and Medi-Cal?”

Tweet Medicare and Medi-Cal are two options for government-subsidized health care available to California seniors. However, they provide two very different sets of benefits, and just because you may qualify for one does not necessarily mean you’ll qualify for the other. Below is a list of the differences between the …

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