Guardianships, Conservatorships & Fiduciary Litigation
If you have a family member who is no longer able to care for his or her own needs and needs to have someone appointed to manage his or her finances and care, we can assist you through the court process of having the guardian and/or conservator appointed.
As our society grows older, issues related to incapacity become more prevalent. Whether it’s the financial exploitation of a senior by a “new friend,” an agent under a power of attorney misusing his legal authority over the principal’s assets to benefit himself, or a family member cutting off contact with a senior’s loved ones for selfish reasons, mediation and litigation can be necessary to address the problem.
Our Elder Law attorneys bring significant experience to the courtroom and knowledge about practical solutions when counseling clients who want to address these types of concerns. Visit our blog page for more information on guardianships and conservatorships.