WHAT WE DO
A guardian is a person that is appointed by the court to allow a person to make decisions for another individual that lacks the capacity to do so. An individual can be rendered incapacitated early in life, or due to an illness that relates to age, or other times it can be the result of a sudden tragedy. A guardianship may be required when an incapacitated individual has not previously appointed a person to handle matters on their behalf (Power of Attorney for financial matters and/or Health Care Proxy for health care matters) and now can no longer manage their affairs on their own. If you or your loved one need a guardianship, we can help your family through this process with sensitivity and efficiency.
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