Conservatorship Accounting | Failure to File In California | Sirkin Law Group
Glendale Ca, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, Pasadena
California has strict Conservatorship rules regarding required court ordered Conservatorship Accountings under Probate Code 2620.2. If a Conservator fails to account to the Court, several things may happen as follows:
1. A failure to file a court ordered accounting is deemed contempt under California Law and the Court may fine the Conservator.
2. Most importantly, the Court can do the following:
Remove the Conservator;
Cite the Conservator in Court;
Suspend the Conservator and appoint a Temporary Conservator to take over the assets of the conservatorship, investigate the actions of the suspended or removed conservator, and to file a petition for surcharge of the suspended or removed conservator.
If the Court has not suspended the Conservator, the Court can appoint an attorney for the Conservatee to do the following:
Investigate the actions of the Conservator;
Recommend removal of the Conservator to the Court;
Ask for a blocked account order, or placement with a trust company.
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We specialize. We have over 27 years of experience helping Conservator account in California Court. Call Mina Sirkin, Certified Specialist attorney in Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Law: 818.340.4479.
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