A guardianship can be established by the Court for a minor child or a disabled adult. For a child, a guardianship may be obtained when the natural parents are unable, unfit, or unwilling to take care of the child. For adults, a guardianship may be obtained for someone who is unable to manage his or her own affairs. Additionally, if there are financial issues, a conservatorship may also be needed.
In some circumstances, it may be possible to set up a power of attorney without the involvement of the court. Brage Law Office, P.C., is experienced in guardianship issues and can guide you and your loved ones through the process.