This is my first experience with an attorney. I had seen Mr. Nesi in court representing another client. The representation was so great that I left the court room to get his business card, I called him the same day. Chris Nesi is currently representing me and I am thrilled. Chris Nesi is tremendous at what he does.

Nicholas S, Child Custody client

I have had past experiences with lawyers, they were too busy to answer phone calls but quick to bill. Chris Nesi was different. He was amazing. He was kind, knowing our case very well, and really cared about our family. Chris Nesi was so wonderful, that i can not find the words to express what a great job he did for us.

Summer T, Child Custody client

I have been through many lawyers in my quest for custody of my children. Chris Nesi is the first lawyer that gave me his cell phone number and actually called me back on the weekends - regardless of the time. Usually, I would wait days for a lawyer to call me back. That's not all, when we got to court, Chris mopped the floor with my ex's attorney!!! I now have sole custody of my children and I am receiving more child support than I expected! I would recommend Chris Nesi to anyone who wants a lawyer who will fight for them and your kids!!! Thanks a million Chris.

Child Custody client

Mr. Nesi was able to achieve everything I asked of him. He was professional and an outstanding lawyer. I recommend Mr. Nesi to anyone in need of a divorce lawyer.

Lisa, Divorce client

Michigan Conservatorship Attorney


Generally it can be said that the guardian makes decisions about the person, such as medical or housing decisions, and the conservator makes decisions about the property or the finances of the person. A guardian and a conservator can be the same person or institution or they may be different. For example, a guardian could be a person and a conservator could be a trust company or bank.

As soon as they are appointed, a conservator must assemble a list of all of the protected individual's properties, debts, charge accounts, and credit cards. The conservator has 56 days after his or her appointment to file an inventory of all the protected individual's properties with the probate court.

Once the conservator is appointed, he or she is responsible for the collection, preservation, and investment of the protected individual's property and must use the property for the support, care, and benefit of the protected individual and his or her dependents. A conservator may not use any of the protected person' s assets for his or her personal benefit.

Many family members who care for a disabled person do not have the technical expertise to carry out all of the legal responsibilities and duties. This can be especially true if the person is appointed as a guardian or conservator. In most cases, it will be necessary for such a person to retain the services of an attorney, accountant, bank trust department, investment counselor, psychiatrist, family counselor, and/or other professional.

Nesi and Associates, P.C. has the practical experience to help our clients find the best way to care for a sick or aging relative, and we work with our clients to coordinate the help of other professionals to make sure that the assets that their relatives have built up are not needlessly dissipated.

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