Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions 2017-09-13T16:39:16+00:00

FAQ

Below please find a list of answers to Frequently Asked Questions. If your question is not listed below or you need further assistance, please feel free to email us at info@capapgpc.org and one or our team members will contact you within three (3) business days of receipt. Thank you.

Log in to the Member portal and view your transcript history. You can also print out your certificate at any time.
County fees support the work being done by the Association allowing us to broaden our influence and improve services in a variety of ways including:

  1. Expanding our presence and influence on relevant issues and needs that face PA | PG | PC professionals within California
  2. Advocating for PA | PG | PC programs to help maintain or improve state funding for these vital services
  3. Coordinating training standards and assisting individual counties in obtaining necessary training to meet ever-changing state mandates thus reducing the burden and liabilities on counties to fulfill these expectations
  4. Providing essential technical guidance to individual counties to navigate difficult cases and
  5. Continuing to foster key partnerships with other like-minded organizations and state entities to help move our mission forward

For a breakdown of county fees please click here (PDF).

Dues are due at the beginning of the fiscal year, July 1st. The amount of the dues is dependent upon your membership level. Please view the our Membership Pricing page for further information.
To have a training approved for accreditation by CA PA|PG|PC you must complete our accreditation application found here. Applications must be submitted 30 days in advance of the scheduled training date.

For the current list of regional chairs, please click here.

If you are a member, you can log in to the member portal and register online. If you are not a member, you can visit our Annual Conference page and click on the Register Now button.

If you are interested in participating as a vendor at our annual conference, please send an email directly to info@capapgpc.org with details on your services and booth space size needed. One of our team members will follow up with you within three (3) business days of receipt with pricing and additional information.

If you are a member, and the email we have on file for you in Member365 is correct, you will need to speak with your IT department so that they may  white list our address to ensure you receive all correspondence sent.
No, in order to become certified through the association, you must be a member.
To become a member of the Association you must:

  1. Be employed in a Public Administrator’s, Public Guardian’s, or Public Conservator’s office in one of the 58 counties in the State of California
  2. Receive approval from the Principal member of the Association representing the County agency you are employed with

The Public Guardian or Public Conservator (PG | PC) conducts the official County investigation into conservatorship matters. The PG | PC also acts as the legally appointed guardian or conservator for persons found by Superior Court to be unable to properly care for themselves or their finances or who are unable to resist undue influence or fraud. Clients served by the PG | PC usually suffer from severe mental illness or are older, frail, dependent and vulnerable adults. Primary Duties include:

  • Serving as the conservator of the person only, estate only or both person and estate depending on the needs of the individual
  • Conservator of the Person: The Conservator arranges for the client’s care and protection, determines where the client will live and makes appropriate arrangements for health care, housekeeping, transportation and recreation
  • Conservator of the Estate: The Conservator manages the client’s finances, locates and takes control of the assets, collects income due, pays bills, invests the client’s money and protects known assets
  • Providing case management services including placement services
  • Providing estate management including applying and maintaining appropriate public benefits, paying bills, providing personal needs funds and acting as the representative payee
  • Ensuring the conservatee receives appropriate mental health and physical health services
  • Providing real and personal property management, including safeguarding of assets and valuables and seeking court authority for sale of assets when necessary to provide for the needs of the conservatee

The Public Administrator (PA) investigates and may administer the estates of persons who die with no will or without an appropriate person willing or able to act as administrator. Primary Duties include:

  • Protecting the decedent’s property from waste, loss or theft
  • Making appropriate burial arrangements
  • Conducting thorough investigations to locate all assets
  • Ensuring that the estate is administered according to the decedent’s wishes
  • Paying decedent bills and taxes
  • Locating persons entitled to inherit from the estate