Signed to boyfriend under duress. About to break up. $91,000. Not revocable, but signed under DURESS! He gets my money; I get Street! I'll travel to see an attorney.
You are going to have to go back to the Court that issued the conservatorship and ask the judge to have your boy-friend return you money to your estate. you will need an attorney.
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Are you still a Conservatee?
Did you have the Probate Court appoint an Attorney to talk with you and represent what you wanted?
Contact that Attorney, tell him/her your concerns, and ask about being reappointed.
1) That Attorney can tell the Court that s/he needs to be reappointed to "represent your interest" (per Code) or someone else needs to be appointed.
2) Also, ask that Attorney to get the SNT account frozen immediately, so that money does not leave it in the future.
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