Can I be paid for being a conservator?

Yes, provided the fees are consistent with current rates, in accordance with Idaho law and the order of the Presiding Judge, prior to charging fees.


A conservator's funds must never be co-mingled with the protected person's funds. Also, the protected person's funds are not ever to be used as a private lending institution for the conservator.

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1. How do I become a guardian or conservator?
2. What are least restrictive measures?
3. What if I cannot afford an attorney?
4. Am I liable for the protected person's decisions?
5. How often must I report to the Court?
6. Who reviews my reports?
7. Can I be paid for being a conservator?
8. What rights do persons under guardianship and/or conservatorship have?