Conservatorships & Guardianships
When a loved one can no longer make informed decisions because of mental deficiency, physical disability, or chronic substance abuse, it may become necessary to appoint a guardian or conservator to manage health and financial affairs.
This is often a very difficult decision for families. It can be divisive and feel intrusive.
We can help you determine whether a guardianship or conservatorship is appropriate. And if it is suitable, we can use these proceedings to protect your loved one's personal and financial well-being. We will help the guardian and conservator to manage the care and assets of the protected person, all while guiding through the complex legal rules that apply.