Limited Conservatorships

Disabled children who are supported by their parents and by public resources, eventually turn 18.  At that point, their parents no longer have legal custody over them. 

 

Legal custody is a requirement to make their healthcare, educational, and occupational decisions for them.   

 

If you are a parent of a disabled child who will be turning 18, you may wish to talk with us about your options. 

 

We are ready and available to assist with the process of obtaining your limited conservatorship.

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