Guardianship/Conservatorship

By adding guardianship to your estate planning, our experienced attorneys will also make sure that a person will be protected in situations where they are unable to make decisions on their own.

Whether due to age or injury, if you find yourself or a loved one in need of a guardian to assist in making decisions or a conservator to manage money, do not hesitate to give us a call. Our experienced attorneys can help you step by step along the way. Below is a list of just a few of the services we can provide;

Representing parties in contested guardianship proceedings

Assisting in conservator duties such as filing of annual accounts and attendance at hearings, filing petitions and attending hearings on requests for use of funds, and filing of tax returns

Representing parties in contested conservatorship proceedings

Preparing conservatorship petitions and representing those who want to serve as conservators for minor children or incapacitated adults

Serving as a guardian ad litem

Docketing a trust to have it amended or reformed to correct a mistake, or address a matter not considered when the trust was created

Assisting in guardian duties such as placement of ward, filing of reports, and attending review hearing

Preparing guardianship petitions and representing those who want to serve as guardians for minor children or incapacitated adults

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