Guardianship matters refer to those that are associated with the legal arrangement in which an adult is a guardian of a person who is incapable of managing his or her own affairs. Depending on the terms of the arrangement, the guardian is endowed by the state with the authority to make important financial, medical, and legal decisions of the incapacitated individual.
If your loved one is incapable of managing their financial affairs, our attorneys can help you obtain guardianship over your loved one. While we hope everyone has a plan in place for their incapacity, many times this planning has not taken place.
We can also help if you have a special needs child about to turn 18. Many parents are unaware that their child turning 18 may end their ability to fully care for their child legally. Even before your special needs child turns 18, we can help make sure that you have the ability to continue to make legal decisions for them as an adult.