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In Alabama, a conservator is a person appointed by the court to manage the property of a minor or incapacitated person. An incapacitated person is a person who is unable to manage property and business affairs because of mental illness, physical illness, infirmities accompanying advanced age, chronic use of drugs, or detention by foreign power. A conservator may be appointed when an incapacitated person:
(1) is unable to manage property and business affairs; and
(2) has property that will be wasted without proper management.
See Code of Alabama §26-2A-138.
A conservator deal with the financial aspects of the estate and does not have the right to deny visitation of a close friend or relative. It is doubtful that a guardian would have that right either. A guardian might be able to do that if it is proven that the person being withheld visitation is a harm to the ward. So to answer your question, no the conservator does not have that power. See link for powers and duties of a conservator and a guardian (they are different):
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