What is a guardianship? A guardianship is a procedure whereby a competent and suitable person is appointed by the Court to make legal decisions for another person.
A minor child or an adult who are developmentally disabled or are otherwise incapacitated may require a legal guardian.
How is a guardian appointed? A family member or other interested person must file a petition with the Court to have a guardian appointed.
We have represented many families who required a guardianship and are familiar with the legal requirements required by the Court to effectuate a proper guardianship.