Guardianships & Conservatorships

Many people become incapacitated without having designated an agent to act on their behalf. When a person has not planned ahead by signing a Power of Attorney, a Health Care Directive or a Revocable Living Trust, loved ones may have to use the court system to obtain authority to act on behalf of that person. To obtain legal authority over a person's physical custody, health care or financial affairs, a court ordered Guardianship or Conservatorship is sometimes necessary. We help our clients through this process when needed.

Guardianships or Conservatorships are also commonly created for both minors and adults with disabilities or other special needs. We provide assistance with creation and administration in this context as well.