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Public Administrator

Public Administrator/Public Guardian protects and manages the estates of decedents and at-risk individuals who are unable to make decisions. The Public Administrator (PA) administers estates of persons who die with no will or without an appropriate person to act as an administrator; protects the decedent’s property from waste, loss or theft and ensures the estate is administered according to the decedent’s wishes. MORE...

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Public Guardian

Public Administrator/Public Guardian protects and manages the estates of decedents and at-risk individuals who are unable to make decisions.  The Public Guardian (PG) serves as the legally appointed guardian or conservator for persons found by the Courts to be unable to take care of themselves or their assets—generally older, frail and vulnerable adults who are at risk or have been a victim of abuse or neglect. MORE...

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Public Conservator

The Public Conservator (PC) investigates referrals for LPS conservatorships to arrange placement and mental health treatment for adults who are gravely disabled (unable or unwilling to provide for basic food, shelter, and clothing) as the result of a mental disorder and are incapable of accepting voluntary treatment and family or others are not able and willing to meet these personal needs. MORE...