A guardian is a person appointed by a court to manage the affairs of a person who is incapacitated. A guardian may be appointed to manage the financial affairs of a person at significant risk of harm because of a demonstrated inability to adequately manage property or financial affairs. A guardian may be appointed to make health care and other non-financial decisions for a person at significant risk of harm because of a demonstrated inability to adequately provide for nutrition, health, housing or physical safety.
Establishing a Guardianship, whether it is for a minor child or an adult can be a very complicated process. People Paralegal understands most people cannot afford the high cost of an attorney to resolve a matter, that in most cases, must be done to alleviate a pressing family issue.
People Paralegal offers a flat fee service for preparation of legal documents regarding guardianship and provides fast, accurate, and caring service.
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Guardianship of an Adult
While trying to make the decision to establish guardianship of an elderly, ill, or disabled parent or spouse can be painful and stressful, our goal is to do everything we can to make the actual legal process of establishing guardianship as easy as possible.