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The Public Administrator is an elected official who is assigned custodial and administrative responsibility for the estates of deceased persons and the persons and estates of minors and incapacitated or disabled persons when there is no legal guardian or conservator or when no one competent to assume such duties is known or can be found.
Please see the functions of the Public Administrator on our home page for detailed information.
Details can be found on our Guardian/Conservator Appointment Process webpage.
Visit the public administrator Responsibilities webpage to get more details.