Definition of "conservatorship"
  1. A court-approved arrangement where one adult is given the responsibility to manage another adult's financial matters
How to use "conservatorship" in a sentence
  1. When her elderly father developed dementia, she had to seek a conservatorship to handle his financial affairs.
  2. The court granted conservatorship to her after determining that her brother was incapable of managing his finances.
  3. Under the conservatorship, he was assigned to manage his aunt's financial matters responsibly.

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