- Should the protected person/ward recover their faculties and no longer need a conservatorship/guardianship, any interested person can petition the court to terminate the guardianship/conservatorship.
Similarly, suppose the then current powers under the guardianship/conservatorship can be less restrictive (this frequently occurs when the protected person partially recovers from their diminished capacity).
In that case, any interested party can petition the court to limit the powers of the guardian or conservator. This gives more autonomy to the ward/protected person as appropriate.
Also, a conservator can apply to terminate the conservatorship if the protected person’s assets are depleted.
In the case of guardianship, the powers of a guardian are no longer effective upon the death of the ward.
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