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conservatornoun [C]

uk   /kənˈsɜːvətər/ us   US LAW
a person who is chosen by a law court to look after the property of a person who is not able to do this for him- or herself, for example, because of illness: The conservator is given the authority to make financial decisions and handle your financial affairs, when you lack the capacity to manage them on your own. appoint a conservator
conservatorship
noun [C or U]
I need to set up a conservatorship to use my mother's assets to pay for her nursing care.
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