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When someone close needs your protection, you need the law to protect your rights as their decision-maker.

Guardianship of a Minor

A guardian of a minor can obtain custody of a child and have the legal authority to make most of the personal or financial decisions a parent would make. Unlike adoptions, guardianships do not sever the parental relationship.

Adult or Elderly Person Guardianship

You may need to obtain guardianship over siblings or elderly parents who can no longer take care of themselves. Typically, guardianship is necessary when the person has not nominated a health care agent or executed a power of attorney or if there are disagreements regarding placement or medical care.

Adult Child Guardianship

Parents may need to obtain court-ordered guardianship of a developmentally-disabled child after the child reaches the age of 18 in order to make placement, financial and medical treatment decisions.

Are you struggling with instituting a guardianship to protect someone you love? Contact the Law Office of Wendy Andre, PC, today.