Guardianship And Conservatorship
Life is unpredictable, and sometimes it forces you into a difficult situation. If your loved one — whether a child, parent or spouse — is or becomes disabled or incapacitated for some reason, you may need to appoint a conservator or legal guardian to handle his or her financial, medical and personal affairs. Our lawyers can help you through this process, making sure your loved one’s best interests are always protected.
Our experience in special education is particularly helpful in preparing to pursue guardianship of your child as they turn eighteen years old or an education power of attorney for those students who are able to consent.