Guardianship

Making Sure Minor Children Remain Protected

Sometimes it becomes necessary for someone to file for guardianship of a minor child whose parent is not providing them with proper care. This often requires the petitioners to prove the parents “unfit” or “unsuitable.” Our custody experience is particularly helpful in these situations.

Other times, a guardianship is necessary for an incapacitated adult. Common examples are dementia and Alzheimer’s. In these cases, special procedures must be followed to properly establish an adult guardianship. For more information, contact us today.