Guardianships

Adult guardianships are the process by which the court declares a person incapacitated to the extent they are unable to make their own decisions regarding medical care and placement and thereby appoints an individual to act in their stead. Minor guardianships are the process by which the court appoints an individual to take care of the needs of a person under the age of 18. The guardian will be able to make important decisions for the minor, such as where the minor lives, goes to school, and medical care. If you need assistance with either adult or minor guardianships, our attorneys can assist you.