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welcome back to another senior learning.Institute's educational moment where.older adults and their loved ones turn.for honest and straightforward.information in just a few minutes you'll.enjoy bite-sized easily digestible.nuggets of knowledge empowering you to.make the right decision the first time.so without further ado here's our.founder certified senior adviser seniors.real estate specialist nationally.syndicated podcaster and speaker The.Advocate you can trust mr. Ted Gottlieb.[Music].welcome back to another senior Learning.Institute educational moment our topic.is guardianship and conservatorship.our guest is Deborah Schuster Deb is an.estate and elder law attorney.specializing in elder and adult.mediation Deb thank you for sharing your.insight and experience with us again let.me ask you this we're going to just get.right to it what is a guardianship and a.conservatorship so these are legal.proceedings in the probate court of.every county throughout the United.States.so the probate court is a specific.division within the circuit court that.deals specifically with incapacity and.issues relating to wills trusts.distribution of assets and creditor.claims so when someone does not have.durable powers of attorney which have.been the subject I know of many of your.other wonderful podcasts the only other.option if someone's incapacitated and.need someone to make financial and.health care decisions for them is to.have someone petition the court seeking.to have a guardian and/or a conservatory.pointed so a guardian is the role that.the court assigns to someone who's going.to be responsible for making personal.care decisions for someone relating to.health care safety medical care where.they live all of those personal care.decisions medication decisions the.conservator is the role that the court.assigns to someone to make financial.decisions for someone to pay their bills.to pay their taxes to ensure that their.assets are secured and it can be the.same individual appointed in both roles.it can also be different individuals.appointed in those roles.additionally if someone does not have a.family member or friend that petitions.the court seeking to be appointed there.is an office in every probate court.called the public administrator that is.responsible for serving in these.capacities if there is no one else that.is qualified eligible and available to.serve got it so what is the process to.apply to the court for this so someone.has to first hire an attorney.unfortunately and file what's called a.petition which is drafted by the.attorney that essentially explains to.the court why a guardian and or.conservator is needed and I keep saying.and/or conservator because someone may.just need a guardian if they have a.trust they will not need a conservatory.because if someone has a trust which is.a document that appoints someone to make.financial decisions for them entitles as.many of their assets as is legally.possible into that legal document the.court will not require a conservator.someone to manage their assets because.they already have a trustee appointed.additionally if someone only has Social.Security income the court will not.require that a conservator be appointed.because if someone is what's called the.representative payee that means.responsible in the eyes of Social.Security and has been appointed in that.role there then answerable to the.federal government to handle that.person's Social Security payment so the.court does not require a conservator.but if someone does not have a trust and.does not have a representative payee or.has a representative payee but also has.other assets a guardian and conservator.are going to be required and so that.petition explains to the court why a.guardian and/or conservator are needed.someone's either physical psychological.psychiatric diagnosis and then also in.addition there have to be what's called.physician interrogatories or questions.that the court requires the answer by.the treating physician that are filed.with that petition to have the court.then come up with a hearing date because.there has to be a hearing in Missouri.for the appointment of a guardian and.conservator well so it sounds like it.could be a long drawn-out process and.maybe even a contentious process well it.doesn't necessarily need to be either so.right now unfortunately because of the.house situation we're all in the court.is only having hearings when there is a.true emergency.so we're filing petitions to have.guardians and conservatories appointed.but those hearings are being scheduled.off into the summer if someone has an.emergency we are filing a petition with.additional documentation that explains.to the court why there is an emergency.and a hearing really needs to be held as.soon as possible but ordinarily absent.the health crisis that we're going.through st. Louis County really on their.court calendar from the date of filing.the petition and the physician.interrogatories as scheduling hearings.within a month six weeks so it's really.not that far into the future the city of.st. Louis has fewer cases that are filed.so they really run anywhere from three.to four weeks from the date of filing to.the date of the hearing in terms of.contentiousness we do everything.possible when I say we it is attorneys.that handle these types of cases do.everything possible to try to have.family members agree to the person that.is seeking to be appointed because if.there are family members that are.arguing about.whether the individual actually needs a.guardian or conservator or who is the.most appropriate to serve in that.capacity then certainly it can take.months and months to resolve these.issues and certainly thousands of.dollars which very often is in no one's.best interest and certainly just causes.an enormous amount of stress and.heartache for the family when people.cannot agree on these things right well.even if I'm the senior and I don't want.to give up my rights and I don't feel as.though like it's in my best interest to.do so and somebody else wants to go.ahead and try to get that guardianship I.mean I think that could get contentious.as well it can get contentious but that.is actually much more common and the.court always requires that an attorney.be appointed to represent the individual.over whom a guardian and conservators of.his being sought because they're being.deprived of their rights and I am often.the person that is appointed to.represent the individual over whom the.Guardian and conservatorship asad when.I'm not representing the party that is.petitioning to be appointed but again.it's not uncommon for the person who is.seeking is having a petition filed to.have a guardian and conservator.appointed for them to not want to have.that appointed but if there are is a.strong physician statement explaining to.the court why that's needed that usually.does not cause the delay that we were.just referring to it can because one of.the rights of an individual over whom a.guardian and conservatorship is being.appointed is to be able to ask for.another physician opinion is to ask to.have witnesses testify at the hearing is.to in fact have a jury trial if they so.choose now thank heaven in the 28 years.that I've been practicing I've only had.this issue come up twice where jury.trials been requested and thankfully.that's actually not come.fruition because ordinarily it is just.the judge that hears these cases not a.jury is it is the physician required to.cooperate so the treating physician is.required to provide responses to the.questions that the court needs to be.answered and we can always subpoena the.physician to appear at the hearing if.the physician is not willing to provide.that written document because ordinarily.if the physician provides that written.document that is instead of them being.required to appear at the hearing and.because of their busy schedules they.usually don't want to be subpoenaed to.appear in court but we have that.authority and the court will issue a.subpoena if a physician is uncooperative.now again when we are talking about.having contentious family members or a.person who is opposing having a guardian.or conservator appointed for them if.they're seeking a second opinion and if.their attorney opposes the opinion of.the physician that first advise the.court of the need for a guardian and.conservator sometimes we can have a.situation where two physicians may need.to come to court and provide testimony.but that again is also very rare got it.we're speaking with Deb Schuster elder.law and estate planning attorney Deb you.had touched base on the powers that the.guardianship and the conservatorship.have is there anything that we need to.do to elaborate on those a little bit so.one of the things that occurs the.guardian has the authority to determine.where the individual will live based on.their care needs and the court looks at.what is the least restrictive.environment for the individual over whom.the guardianship is being sought and.that is often determined by the.physicians opinion but also by the.Guardian once a guardian is appointed as.long as they.Sault with that person's physician which.they can choose on behalf of that.individual that has the Guardian.appointed they have to abide by that.physicians opinion in terms of does that.person need assisted living.will they be safe in their own home with.care and how much care do they need or.do they need a skilled nursing facility.it's all based on what is the least.restrictive environment commensurate.with that person's care needs but also.maintaining as much independence and.self-sufficiency as that person can.handle on the financial side the person.that's appointed to be conservator is.required to be bonded by the court to.ensure that the assets of the individual.over whom a conservator is appointed are.safe so that if that conservatory.essentially uses that person's money in.ways that the court does not pre approve.or runs off to Tahiti with that person's.bank account the bonding company will.replenish those funds so that the person.over whom the conservatorship is.appointed does not become destitute.because of negligent or illegal behavior.on the part of their conservatory got it.clarify for me if you would because I.think I heard it but I know it didn't.register with me how does how long does.the authority last that the guardian and.the conservator has right we didn't talk.about that.so that authority lasts until the death.of the individual who has the Guardian.and conservator appointed unless someone.else seeks to have that individual.removed and fortunately that is not that.common but it does happen.so if there are family members or for.example if a physician or a financial.institution feels that the person that's.appointed to be responsible for health.care decision making or financial.decision.is not making decisions that are in the.best interest of the person they were.appointed to be responsible for that it.can make an emergency hotline call to.the Department of Health and Senior.Services and have an investigation of.the person that's appointed as guardian.and conservator and in some cases a.petition can be filed by the state or.their family members to have them.removed if they're not doing the job.they're appointed to do got it.well I think that covers most of it is.there anything else that you want to.share with us that we that I have not.asked you or you have not covered thus.far in regard to conservatorships and.Guardian ships you think the most.important thing for people to realize is.that if they create durable powers of.attorney and for those that a trust may.be appropriate for a trust guardian and.conservatorship are often not necessary.it's only when people lack these.documents that are not that expensive.that are not difficult to create if they.become incapacitated then the only other.option is to go to court but in most.cases that is avoidable and it is.absolutely in everyone's best interest.to try to avoid having to go to court to.have a guardian and conservator.appointed if at all possible.got it and then the documents that you.referring to the durable powers of.attorney and those other documents that.the Trust's and everything else I know.they're they're long lasting but.oftentimes we're told that we should.have them reviewed on a somewhat regular.basis what are your thoughts in regard.to reviewing those documents so my.thoughts are whenever there is a change.in life circumstance so a death a birth.a divorce if someone moves to a.different state and then certainly every.three years to review those documents.because most people go for years without.remembering who they've pointed and very.often their appointees may not even.remember.that they're appointed I have clients.coming to me all the time or individuals.who've been appointed saying my aunt.appointed me under her durable power of.attorney and never told me and I'm.really not thrilled about serving so.it's really important to not only check.your own documents but also double check.with your appointees that they're still.willing to serve and also to talk to.your physician about your choices.particularly under your living will if.that physician is comfortable supporting.your choices because physicians have the.legal rights to not either someone's.end-of-life treatment wishes if they.themselves have strongly held religious.beliefs or moral convictions so it's.very important to talk to your physician.to make sure they will honor your wishes.as well as your appointees that's great.information I appreciate that and and.and for our audience this is information.or this is a subject that really needs.to be dealt with.it's I consider it part of my legacy I.want to make sure that I have all my.ducks in a row and that I help my.children make the decisions that I want.to be made on on my behalf and it takes.the burden off of them so I highly.recommend that you talk with Deb or seek.out in a state or elder law attorney to.have these conversations you will feel.so relieved that you've done it I can't.tell you how many children of older.adults that I've worked with who after.their parents have passed away and have.dealt with these type of situations or.they're the first ones to run to the to.the estate planning attorney and the.other law attorneys to get their ducks.and Rosa that they don't having to pass.this on to their children as well so.please take the advice and seek.professional help when it comes to this.because it will make you feel better.believe it or not and it's a gift to.your children.it really is oh absolutely I agree.wholeheartedly well Deb thanks for.sharing this value invaluable.information with us what's the best way.for someone to get a hold of you if they.want to have a deeper conversation in.regard to this subject sure.to contact me through my law firm and my.telephone number is 3 1 4 2 4 4 3 6 9 3.my email address is D SCH u.s. TR @p C B.law firm comm and my law firm is p CB.law firm comm it's Paul can design in.Blumenthal and Ted I can't thank you.enough for the wonderful work that you.are doing in this essential information.and service you're providing to people.because it is so important well thank.you I appreciate you sharing that I want.to thank all of you again for listening.to this senior Learning Institute.educational moment at the senior.Learning Institute we strive to provide.straightforward and unbiased information.the information you need to make smart.decisions the first time we connect.older adults and their advocates to the.resources they need from Aging in Place.to selling the home in any condition.estate and financial planning in-home.care or state sales clean-out services.you name it anywhere in the country.really anywhere in the world we will.connect you without cost or obligation.to learn more please visit us at the.senior Learning Institute com until next.time I'm Ted Gottlieb certified senior.advisors seniors real estate specialists.and founder of the senior learning.Institute.

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