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July 2, 2020


Common Roadblocks In Setting Up Legal Guardianship of a Minor

A guardianship is established when the court determines that a child’s biological parents are no longer able to care for a child appropriately. A case may be brought to court by child protective services if abuse has been filed against the parent. A case may also be brought to court by the person attempting to […]

The Basics of Guardianship, Health Care Decisions, and Power of Attorney

Legal terms can be confusing. To help those debating over the best care options for their loved ones, below three common elder law terms are defined and explained. Guardianship Guardianship is a term used to define anyone who has custody of, or the sole responsibility of caring for, an aging parent or other elderly relative […]

5 Alternatives to Guardianship

A guardianship is a position of total authority and responsibility for a disabled adult who is for some reason incapable of making decisions to support himself or manage his affairs. Such persons are referred to as wards. Often, a person may be temporarily disabled or in need of less restrictive assistance. There are several alternatives […]