Is a Court Appearance Required to Become a Guardian/Conservator? 

Colorado Springs lawyerYes. In Colorado, at least one court appearance (a “hearing”) is required for someone to be appointed as a guardian or conservator. The proposed guardian/conservator must appear personally at the hearing. 

Additionally, the petitioner must use “every reasonable effort” to ensure the respondent attends the hearing.

In both cases, the proposed guardian and respondent may only be excused by the court from attending the hearing for a good cause.

When you need to contact a Colorado Springs conservator lawyer or a Colorado Springs Guardianship lawyer,  reach out to Baker Law Group. 

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