Unfortunately, you would be subject to “living probate,” also known as a conservatorship or guardianship proceeding. If you become mentally disabled before you die, the probate court will appoint someone to take control of your assets and personal affairs. These “court-appointed agents” must file a strict accounting of your finances with the court. The process is often expensive, time-consuming and humiliating.
About John D. Laughton, Estate Planning & Elder Law Attorney
Mr. Laughton is an estate planning and elder law lawyer in his 40th year of law practice. He is committed to your peace of mind and solving your problems by providing personalized legal services in a highly ethical, professional, solution oriented, and cost effective manner.