Guardianships afford certain legal protections for people who can no longer take care of themselves or their legal or financial obligations. Guardianships often are sought on behalf of people who are elderly, incompetent, or disabled, as well as children, in certain situations. A guardian, once appointed by the Court, controls and protects the ward, or his or her assets, and is required to submit an annual report to the Court.
The decision to seek a guardianship for a loved one can be difficult. Our attorneys will review your individual situation with a compassionate, holistic approach to help you determine if a guardianship is right for you and your family.