Protect & Manage the Financial Assets of a Loved One Who is No Longer Capable of Financial Self-Care
Dealing with a loved one who is mentally incapacitated is certainly one of the most difficult experiences of a lifetime. Whenever possible, we work with our clients to avoid the confrontational and often family-dividing legal remedy known as guardianship.
Avoiding guardianship issues should be one of your greatest motivators to see us for an adequate estate plan, so that in the event that you ever become incapacitated, no loved one will be faced with an adversarial court proceeding to have you declared incompetent.
A court-appointed guardianship is a protective arrangement established by the legal system on behalf of a mentally incapacitated individual. Most frequently, guardianships are established on behalf of older adults who have lost mental capacity due to senile dementia, major strokes, severe mental illness, or other conditions.
Guardianship to the Rescue:
When Everything Else Has Failed
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