Do I need a lawyer to set up a guardianship?
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Furthermore, a lawyer will know the appropriate experts to contact to evaluate your loved one and testify in court so that the hearing to establish your loved one’s incapacity or developmental disability moves smoothly.
A lawyer will also be helpful if you and another relative disagree on who should become the guardian. That’s because of the multiple factors the court considers when deciding who’s best suited to handle the responsibility. An experienced attorney who knows the law will be able to assess the strengths and weaknesses of the opposing positions, help counsel you through the decisions you face, and diligently litigate your case, if need be.
Call our office to see if we’re the right firm for you. We have experienced attorneys who take pride in their work, and a helpful and friendly staff who are here for you. Call us today and schedule a consultation to learn how we can help your family protect your loved one.*