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I am sorry to hear about this situation, Kathy. I am also sorry that no one has touched base on this yet.
Please, tell me - what do you mean "conservatorship?" Of whom? By whom?
And when you say "grievance," what would it be based on?
Complaints about judges can be made to the Iowa Judicial Qualifications Commission here: http://www.iowajqc.gov/filing_a_complaint/Complaints about attorneys can be made to the Iowa State Bar Association here: http://www.iowabar.org/?page=EthicalProblemsThere's technically no time limit to make a complaint, but the more time that passes, the less likely it is that either organization will be in a position to take any sort of disciplinary action. Whether bank records have to be provided without further court action depends on the specifics. Records can be demanded if there's a lawsuit pending, such as for mismanagement of a conservatorship, but if the conservatorship has already ended, the conservatee would normally just be able to get whatever records had been filed with the court if no lawsuit is pending.