Guardianships are necessary when an adult is needed to make decisions for an incapacitated adult or a minor. For example, if an adult is suffering from dementia or has been in a horrible accident and is unable to care for themselves. Or if a child has a disability and will need continued care once they turn 18. There are many situations which could lead to a guardianship. The thing to remember is a guardianship may be necessary if you need to help manage someone’s life.
If a guardianship is needed, you will need to jump through several hoops and comply with multiple state statutes. The process can be quite technical. Give us a call and we will help determine if a guardianship is needed and help you get it done.
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