Q: I’m 43 years old disabled adult, female. My disablities are: Cerbral Palsy, and Diabette
Insipidus . I’m wheelchair bound I use an electric wheelchair to get around. In 1985 my mom passed away from cervical cancer at the age of 29. In 1996 my dad passed away from a brain aneurysm. At the of 45.I live on my own in Salinas California since May 2009. I have San Andreas Regional Center, and they pays for Social Vocational Service/Support Living Service, SVS/SLS for short. SVS/SLS provides caregivers for me to live independently. After my parents passed my aunt became my conservator. Now my aunt wants my sister to be my conservator. I feel like someones: property or something that someonep could clamed. Honestly I feel that I don’t need conservator. I feel that never needed one. But, I was guilted into my conservator ship after my parents passed away. Every since 2016 I’d also wanted to ended my services at Sarc, and SVS/SLS because I was emotional bullied, and institutionalized, for having love and compassion for my caregivers, and their families. I need help.
Here are some legal resources for you to contact in Salinas.
LaPorte Law Firm
119 Cayuga St · (831) 426-2535
Angelina Valle & Associates
1184 Monroe St #6 · (831) 753-0200
Based on my cursory review, either of these offices would likely be able to assist you with your issues.
Good luck to you!
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