Procedural safeguards are necessary and important, but they should not result in the suffering of those they are meant to protect. Connecticut has made great strides in the last few years toward seeking greater protections for people who have been conserved by the probate courts. Revised statutes in 2007 and 2013 provide enhanced safeguards for these individuals. For example, stricter notice requirements insure that family members and all interested parties are apprised of conserved peoples’ whereabouts. Implicit in the statutes is an emphasis on allowing conserved persons greater self-determination while in the care of the courts.
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