Guiding You Through Legal Challenges

Providing Protection for the Most Vulnerable

A guardianship is a legal relationship created to protect an incapacitated person who cannot make decisions on their own. Their inability to make decisions can be due to developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities, mental illness, or disability due to age. When an incapacity prevents a person from making decisions in their own best interest, a guardian is appointed by the court to make these decisions on their behalf.

Types of Guardianship Services Offered
  • Incapacity Proceedings
  • Voluntary Guardianships
  • Emergency Temporary
  • Guardian Advocacies for Developmental Disabilities or
    Mental Health Treatment
  • Preneed Guardian
  • Standby Guardian
  • Limited Guardian
  • Full (Plenary) Guardian of the Person and/or Property
  • Minor Guardianships