Tag: Clear and Convincing Evidence

Clear and Convincing Evidence Standard Continues to Apply in California Appeals

Last week the California Supreme Court used a conservatorship case to clarify how appellate courts should review the sufficiency of evidence when the trial court applied the clear and convincing evidence standard. In Conservatorship of O.B. (2020) ___ Cal.5th ___, the Supreme Court held that “when reviewing a finding that a fact has been proved … Continue Reading

Home Sweet Home – California Legislature Aims to Safeguard Conservatee Residences

Effective January, 1, 2020, the Legislature changed California conservatorship law with respect to the personal residences of conservatees.  Senate Bill 303 attempts to protect conservatees by making it harder to relocate them from and sell their residences.  Proponents argued that existing law made it too easy for conservators to liquidate the homes of conservatees.  The … Continue Reading
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