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- n. A person whom the court has determined requires a conservator to handle that person's estate or affairs.
For example, in a conservatorship for a fairly high-functioning conservatee who is used to having access to funds, I could set up the conservatorship such that the conservatee might still have a checking account, but with a high level of monitoring by the conservator.
To determine how the law navigates the murky issues involved in treating a mentally ill adult who does not want to be treated, NEWSWEEK's Katie Paul spoke with Lodise about the legal wrangling involved and the obstacles faced by both conservator and conservatee.
As the tale goes, Jamie Spears was embarrassed by pics of Brit Brit showing off her nip nips, so he imposed a "must wear a bra" rule on his famous conservatee.
In the latter circumstance, a landlord could not legally refuse to rent to a conservatee whose support was channeled through
You'll recall Brit's conservators already got a temporary restraining order prohibiting Adnan from having contact with the famous conservatee, after Adnan allegedly tried torpedoing the conservatorship.
The attorney also says Lutfi claimed "he had been talking with Adnan Ghalib about the conservatorship and Ms. Spears 'status as a conservatee."
The attorney also says Lutfi claimed "he had been talking with Adnan Ghalib about the conservatorship and Ms. Spears 'status as a conservatee.
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