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Posted almost 2 years ago.

My dad had a stroke and is still alive my my step brother is the truetee and has applied for conservatorship and told me everything was under court supervision but is now talking about selling things ie: my dads house, furniture and autos

Bert Z. Tigerman
Bert Z. Tigerman, Probate Attorney - Beverly Hills, CA
Posted almost 2 years ago.

I don't know what mean by "trustee." Is there a trust document executed by your father? IF your brother is seeking a conservatorship of your father's assets (as disctinguished from a conservatorship of only his person) the court will control what he can and cannot do with the assets. You should be reeiving notice of any requests the conservator makes to the court.

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Posted almost 2 years ago.

Let me see if i understand this.....even if he gets conservatorship over my father and his assets I should rec.notices of ANY requests that he makes & from Whom?

Bert Z. Tigerman
Bert Z. Tigerman, Probate Attorney - Beverly Hills, CA
Posted almost 2 years ago.

If your brother becomes the conservator of the estate of your father. Any efforts to change the nature of his assets will be subject to court approval. You can appear at the hearing and should be given notice of any such request.