Recently a friend of mine was placed under a conservatorship by the County of Imperial Public Administrator’s Office. Her property and assets were seized by the county, and she was placed in a care facility against her will. I would like to know what the process is leading up to an action such as this.

The first indication that the county was taking over her property was her rental house. The renter, who had rented from her for 30 years, was served an eviction notice, which stated that she (the renter) had 30 days to vacate the property. This notice was posted on the front door of the rental. As soon as the renter vacated the property, a sign was posted that said, “No Trespassing. Property of Imperial County Public Administrator” and a phone number. All the locks were changed on the rental house.

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