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Q: What are the usual evidence or required documents needed for a person to terminate a conservatorship?

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Nicole M. Camporeale
Nicole M. Camporeale
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  • Elder Law Lawyer
  • Orange, CT
  • Licensed in Connecticut

A: A conservatorship may be terminated when the person who is conserved makes a request in writing for the Probate Court to terminate the conservatorship. Generally the Court must hold a hearing within thirty days. The conserved person only needs to show that the conservatorship is no longer necessary by a "preponderance of the evidence" (which is a lower standard than “clear and convincing”). No medical records or evidence is needed but it could be helpful. If you are currently conserved you've either hired your own attorney or have had an attorney appointed to represent you through the court system. You should consult with this attorney immediately if you feed you would like to terminate the conservatorship.

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