Guardianships and Conservatorships

If a loved one has become incapable of making decisions, they may need someone to assist them. There are several options for families to consider, including guardianship and conservatorship, and RPKT attorneys can assist you in determining what is best for your family and then taking the necessary actions to implement your wishes. If your loved one only needs assistance in making financial decisions, conservatorship may be the right option, but if decision-making authority is needed in other areas, such as health care and daily life, then guardianship may be necessary. Whether you are looking to establish yourself as a guardian for an elderly or incapacitated loved one or for a child with special needs reaching adulthood, we can help.

Our attorneys also have a wealth of experience in assisting families who have members with special needs. This includes advising clients regarding the use of special needs trusts to provide long-term supplemental care for family members who may also receive government assistance.

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