If you have an aging parent or loved one who is having difficulty or is unable to manage his or her affairs, a temporary or permanent conservatorship may be necessary.  Conservators are legally responsible for the affairs or estates of parties who are limited due to physical or mental limitations, or old age.  In Montana, conservatorships are governed by state statute and are established by court order.  Our legal team can help advise you through the process of appointing a conservator, which can be a complicated and emotionally confusing for family members.  We will work hard to make sure your loved one and their assets are protected.