When an a person has lost their ability to make sound healthcare and financial decisions for themselves and they have not already executed power of attorney documents, then a judge can appoint a guardian to make those decisions for them. The guardian will be responsible for doing what is in the best interest of the disabled person. We assist our clients in obtaining guardianship for their loved ones in need of these services.

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