Guardianships and Conservatorships


Facing the issues involved with an incapacitated loved one, whether it be an elderly parent, a disabled child or other family member with physical or mental health issues can be overwhelming and full of uncertainty. The creation of a guardianship or conservatorship is often necessary to provide a disabled or incapacitated family member with appropriate care, asset management or to carry out the goals of an estate plan. Our estate and trust attorneys are experienced in representing our clients before courts to establish guardianships or conservatorships for a family member who is in need of assistance or incapable of making decisions, as well as challenging and dissolving such arrangements where they were no longer appropriate or necessary. We represent clients where a loved one has been involuntarily committed to a mental health facility and work with our clients toward a result that will provide peace of mind. Whether due to minority or incapacity, the creation of guardianships or conservatorships is often necessary to carry out an estate plan or provide for the needs of an individual.


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