#FreeBritney – What You Need to Know About the Britney Spears Conservatorship

Britney Spears Conservatorship Blog Image: Britney wearing a silver dress and holding an MTV award.

Chances are, you’ve heard the phrase “Free Britney” in the news, you’ve seen the hashtag #FreeBritney on social media, or you’ve heard someone talking about the Britney Spears conservatorship case. But what is this all about? What is a conservatorship? And what is so special about the Britney Spears case? What is a Conservatorship? Conservatorship,…

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Guardianship of the Person and Property in Maryland (Full Guardianship)

Guardianship of the Person and Property case. Close up shot of a young woman's hands clasped around the left hand of her elderly relative laying in a hospital bed.

When a person is no longer able to make decisions for themselves because of age, disease, or disability, a legal guardian, also known as a conservator, may be appointed by a Maryland circuit court to assist in making some or all personal and/or financial decisions. There are generally three types of guardianship, referred to as…

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Guardianship of the Person in Maryland

A Guardianship of the Person case. A shot from behind of a young woman pushing her elderly relative in a wheelchair

Guardianship in Maryland, sometimes referred to as a conservatorship, can take several forms, but most common are Guardianship of the Property, Guardianship of the Person, Guardianship of the Person and Property, and Short-Term or Temporary Guardianship. In this article, we are going to explore the topic of Guardianship of the Person – what it is,…

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Temporary Guardianship in Maryland

Temporary guardianship case. Closeup image of a young woman's arm pushing the wheelchair of her elderly relative.

In the state of Maryland, a legal guardian, referred to as a conservatorship in certain other states, is a court-appointed individual or group responsible for making some or all personal and/or financial decisions for another person, called a ward. Legal guardianship is most often utilized for incapacitated seniors, adults with disabilities, or minor children. And…

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Guardianship of the Property in Maryland

Image on Guardianship of the Property page. A woman and her elderly mother sitting on a park bench with trees and flowers all around.

In Maryland, guardianship, sometimes referred to as a conservatorship in other states, can take many forms. Most common are Guardianship of the Property, Guardianship of the Person, Guardianship of the Person and Property, and Short-Term or Temporary Guardianship. In this article, we are going to focus on Guardianship of the Property – what it is,…

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Guardianship & Conservatorship in Maryland

An elderly man laying in a hospice bed. Two younger hands are holding his.

In the state of Maryland, guardianship, called conservatorship in some states, refers to a court-appointed individual or entity responsible for making some or all personal and/or financial decisions for another person, either a legally defined “disabled person” or a minor. The disabled person may also be referred to as a “disabled adult,” “ward,” an “incapacitated…

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