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Planning ahead can ease the conservatorship process

When a person reaches a certain point in life, certain tasks may no longer be possible as the result of health concerns or aging. In addition to physical limitations, people may lose the ability to manage their own medical and financial affairs. This is when a court may step in to start the conservatorship process, which puts one person in charge of making important decisions on another person's behalf.

Amanda Bynes works through treatment while under conservatorship

Life can take many twists and turns. Although it can be hard to prepare for everything that life brings, there are ways to help deal with unexpected events. For instance, a person might suddenly become incapacitated by a physical or mental condition. If this is the case, he or she might not be able to make critical financial or medical decisions. Conservatorship may be a worthwhile legal option in this scenario.

Radio personality's relatives spar over need for conservatorship

For many years, the voice of Casey Kasem -- a Detroit native -- graced radio waves across the country. In more recent years, however, Kasem's health has become a major concern for his family and fans alike. He is currently dealing with Parkinson's disease that has progressed to advanced stages.

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