|FAQ Frequently Asked Questions||When is a Conservatorship Terminated?|
|A Conservatorship terminates upon the death of the protected person, upon a court determination that the minority or disability of the protected person has ceased, or upon the removal or resignation of the Conservator.|
The protected person, the personal representative of the protected person, the Conservator, or any other interested person may petition the court to terminate the Conservatorship.
Upon termination, title of the assets passes to the former protected person, or if deceased, as provided by the protected person's will, or by law if there is no will.
The Conservator winds up the affairs of the estate, including the preparation and court approval of the final accounting.