When a person becomes incapacitated, they are unable to manage their own financial and/or personal affairs. If you feel that a loved one can no longer manage their affairs, it might be time to seek a guardianship. If you are appointed as the guardian of a disabled adult, you have a legal right and duty to care for your ward. At Rathbun, Cservenyak & Kozol, our attorneys will guide you through the court system and advise you of your legal responsibilities.
In addition to disabled adults' estates, our attorneys also regularly represent family members and other parties in minor guardianship cases. When the parents of a minor child are unable or unwilling to care for that child, a guardian for the child may need to be appointed to take over the day-to-day decision making and control of the child. Our attorneys provide representation and guidance to clients through this difficult process with compassion and skill.
The attorneys at Rathbun, Cservenyak & Kozol provide experienced and capable representation during the guardianship process to ensure that your loved one's needs are met with the least family disruption.