Protection from a Guardianship Lawyer
The attorneys at the Mason Law Firm are here to help you make decisions regarding minor children or family members that are experiencing diminished capacity. A guardian can be a family member, friend or a professional guardian. No matter what your case entails, our guardianship attorneys will deliver the assistance you need. Schedule an appointment with us today to make the right decisions when they matter most.
Do You Need a Guardianship Attorney?
Protect the rights of your loved ones by setting up a guardianship. How do you know when you need a guardianship? In life, situations may arise where family members are no longer able to physically or mentally take care of themselves or their financial affairs. A family member or loved one may be vulnerable to financial exploitation. A guardianship will help you care for an incapacitated family member or a minor child and protect their rights and property. When a minor owns property, a guardianship may be necessary to ensure proper management of the assets.
Filing for Guardianship
In many situations, a child may find him or herself in possession of money or other assets. Minors are often unable or are legally prohibited from making financial decisions for themselves and need assistance protecting their assets. A guardianship will protect and manage the child’s assets until he or she reaches a certain age.
Our guardianship attorneys are able to assist you with cases involving guardianship of a minor or involving your ability to care for an incapacitated family member or loved one. The guardian courts can be complicated and difficult to navigate; which is why you need a guardianship attorney to assist you. We work hard to ensure that your guardianship concerns are resolved as quickly and efficiently as possible. Contact the Mason Law Firm today.