When a loved one has special needs, becomes ill, or is otherwise unable to handle his or her affairs any longer, we help family members establish and maintain guardianships over the person and estate for their loved one. A court-ordered legal guardian is authorized to make decisions for a child or an incapacitated adult when that person is not able to do so on their own. Establishing guardianship is a complicated legal process, but is good practice for parents engaging in estate planning, and often necessary for loved ones who have become incapacitated. Give us a call so we can help guide you through this process and secure the best protection and help for your loved one.

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