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Suppose you became legal guardian of a 78 year old man who is competent. Now suppose you find out he owes major money in back property taxes ($14,000) and only has a social security of $1100 a month and a pension of $600 a month which is all needed for monthly living expenses. The home is in immediate jeopardy of being foreclosed if the taxes aren't paid within a few months. Now would you immediately file conservatorship papers if you were the acting legal guardian to sell the house so that you could raise money for the property taxes?Just to clarify, the question should conservatorship papers be immediately filed isn't so the house could be sold, but the fact that the guardian has become aware that there are now conservatorship issues at stake should he or she should immediately file conservatorship papers with the court.