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Guardianships / Conservatorships
for Incapacitated Persons

Guardianships/Conservatorships for Incapacitated Persons

Guardianship is a legal process that gives the guardian permission to take care of and make decisions for an incapacitated adult. An incapacitated person is someone with a clinically diagnosed condition that keeps them from being able to make or communicate decisions about their physical health, safety, or care. The person asking to be named guardian is called the petitioner, and the person believed to be incapacitated is called the respondent.

We understand there is no one-size-fits-all approach to Family Law and that is why we believe in the importance of experienced and effective advocates for our clients. If you need any of the services listed below, please contact our office and let us help reduce the stress and anxiety around court proceedings for the following:

  • Divorce (Contested and Uncontested)
  • Paternity and 209C Cases
  • Custody and Parenting Time
  • Modifications
  • Contempt
  • Child Support
  • Guardianships/Conservatorships of Minors
  • Guardianships/Conservatorships of Incapacitated Persons
  • Guardian ad Litem
  • Adoptions
  • Limited Assistance
  • Representation (for those unable to afford a full retainer and full representation)