The California Association of Public Administrators, Public Guardians, and Public Conservators (CA PA|PG|PC) is a non-profit association representing government officials and employees who provide services to the citizens of California through the Public Administrator, Public Guardian and Public Conservator offices in each of California’s 58 counties. These agencies act as the legal guardian or conservator of older and dependent adult Californians who are no longer able to act in their own best interest, resist undue influence, or are gravely disabled as a result of a psychiatric or cognitive disorder. The agencies also act as the personal representative for decedent estates for whom there is no other person willing or able to act.
The below vision and mission statement help drive the Association’s daily activities to ensure our members receive the best in services to meet the rigorous demands of their roles.
All California counties are successful in protecting the most vulnerable residents and estates across their lifespan and after death.
The CA PA|PG|PC Association is dedicated to providing certification and training, promoting collaboration between our members and advancing legislative priorities.
You can learn more about PA|PG|PCs under our What We Do section.
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