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When your family is facing tumultuous changes, it is normal to think about taking measures to protect those who need the most help. For many families, this includes the establishment of guardianships and conservatorships. These legal distinctions select trusted individuals to safeguard the health and future of family members who are too young, old, or ill to fend for themselves in absence of their current caretakers.
Whether you are facing a divorce, a health issue, or the sudden death of a loved one, a guardianship or conservatorship may afford you peace mind and security moving forward in life. If you would like to explore your options, we invite you to call Law Office of Sharon L. Tate today. Our firm has nearly 20 years of family law and divorce experience and is dedicated to providing sensitive, thorough service to our clients. Fill out our online case evaluation form today if you are ready to obtain counsel.
Guardianships are established for children while conservatorships are put in place for the elderly and adults who have been incapacitated by illness or injury. In both cases, the guardian or conservator makes both personal care and financial decisions on behalf of the protected individual.
Selecting a guardian or conservator is usually easy for families, but in some cases, parents and families are left with few options and are not sure what their next steps should be. Before your guardianship or conservatorship matter ever goes to the court, our experienced family law attorney can help you parse your options and forecast foreseeable legal, financial, or personal complications that may arise.
Call us at the Law Office of Sharon L. Tate to get the insight you need to protect the best interests of your family today.