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​Having access to a top conservatorship attorney in Woodland Hills gives you the confidence to pursue the interests of your elderly family member or friend, and to protect the assets which are much needed for care of that person.  

​Paying attention to the signs of cognitive decline is somewhat difficult, as those signs appear over a long period of time, and are difficult to recognize until the impact of dementia or Alzheimer's disease is large enough to prevent the elder from taking care of himself or herself.    

Look for the following as a check list before you search for an experienced conservatorship attorney in Woodland Hills:

  • The Elder is resistant to receiving help, but is not taking care of basic things like self-care, hygiene, and may wear the same clothes for several days in a row.
  • ​There is not enough food in the home, or food has rotted in the refrigerator, and appears to have been there for a long time.
  • The elder appears to have missed many medical appointments, and there are post-cards of many missed appointments from doctors.
  • There is no estate planning documents in place, or they cannot be found.   This is especially important, if you are looking for a power of attorney to try to informally help your parent, or grandparent.
  • There are many unpaid bills, not for lack of money.

The decision to seek a formal conservatorship in Woodland Hills for a parent is not an easy one.   Our expert conservatorship attorney in Woodland Hills can help you with all legal aspects of this procedure, and give you the guidance you need to take care of your family.  

​Don't wait until it is too late.  In Woodland Hills, Call Mina Sirkin, Conservatorship Attorney Lawyer for advice about conservatorships in California.  818.340.4479 or Email: