Guardianship and Conservatorship
What Is Guardianship and Conservatorship?
Guardianship and conservatorship issues affect individuals who are incapacitated or otherwise impaired and thus are not able to take care of themselves physically (in the case of guardianship) or their finances (in the case of conservatorship). A judge will determine whether an individual requires a guardian and/or a conservator. Guardianship and conservatorship are granted in order to protect the well-being and future of the incapacitated individual.
How It Works
Whether your disabled child is about to turn 18, or your elderly spouse suffers from late stages Alzheimer’s disease, you may find yourself in a situation where it is necessary to request that you (or someone else) be appointed as guardian or conservator. Our attorneys are highly skilled at navigating the required legal process to ensure your loved one receives the legal protection and care he or she deserves. We will serve as your guide and advisor through each step, making sure the court has all the relevant information to make the right decision.
How It Helps You
Ensuring your loved one has the right guardian and conservator is one of the most important components of caring for them, now and in the future. Our attorneys will work tirelessly to help you navigate this journey.
Call us today at (952) 925-4147 or send us a quick email to learn more about how we can help.