Special Needs Conservatorship

Outside of my primary practice area of small business and entrepreneur law, I also handle conservatorships and other estate planning for families with special needs. One of the most important steps in the planning is to consider a conservatorship once the child with special needs turns 18. The conservatorship gives the primary caregivers, often the parents or grandparents, the ability to continue making medical and/or financial decisions on behalf of the young adult. To initiate the process, I have my clients fill out a Conservatorship Questionnaire. This helps analyze the needs for a conservatorship and gather much of the needed information to move forward. If you have any questions about a conservatorship or other special needs planning, please contact me. I would be glad to help.

Luke D. Bottorff

About Luke D. Bottorff

Luke D. Bottorff is the founder of Bottorff Law, where he focuses his practice on creating custom legal solutions for small business owners and entrepreneurs.