Quiz – Defining Your Powers First Name*Last Name*Email Address* A conservator is an agent to help the person with a disability to make decisions they cannot make for themselves as determined by the Court.*TrueFalseThe Letters of Conservatorship can be retrieved from the Probate Court Clerk’s Office.*TrueFalseAuthority of the conservator is subject to the law and defined in the Order of Appointment.*TrueFalseThe Property Management Plan is a Court approved budget.*TrueFalseCourt orders should not be reviewed as time passes.*TrueFalseThe conservator should never take money or property from the person with a disability, transfer property valued over $1000 or sell or dispose of real estate without Court approval.*TrueFalseThe Letters of Conservatorship demonstrate your powers and one of your powers is to vote for the respondent.*TrueFalseChanges to income and expenses may require an updated Property Management Plan.*TrueFalseIf you have legal questions you should contact the Office of Conservatorship Management.*TrueFalseConservators have the power to make all decisions for the person with the disability.*TrueFalseCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.