A guardianship is focused on the care of the individual’s personal needs, for example, day-to-day care, education, placement, and medical needs. A conservatorship provides for management of a person’s assets and finances. Generally, a guardianship and/or a conservatorship may be necessary for a minor child whose parents are unfit, unwilling, or unable to meet the child’s physical needs or to manage assets held in the child’s name alone. Guardianship and/or conservatorship may also be necessary for an adult who is deemed incapacitated and/or disabled and, therefore, cannot alone make decisions about their wellbeing and/or finances. Together, guardianships and conservatorships are intended to protect all interests of individuals deemed unable to manage their own affairs.