We believe that everyone has the right to live as independently as possible.

Even so, a court-appointed guardian may be the best option in certain situations, such as:

  • A senior experiencing cognitive decline who has no power of attorney
  • An adult who is unable to understand or communicate medical decisions
  • An individual with a debilitating mental illness or a profound developmental disability
  • A person in danger of abuse or financial exploitation

We guide clients through this process, whether it involves a simple, uncontested proceeding, or a complex guardianship dispute involving multiple parties.

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