Guardianship & Conservatorships
We all want to take care of our elderly family members, and that includes not only the older generation, but the younger generation as well. At Scott Counsel, one of the things we focus on is Guardianship, and at its most basic, it’s exactly what it sounds like—making sure that everything is in place to take care of people (usually younger children) who cannot take care of themselves.
As with anything related to pretty much any form of care, guardianship can come with a number of questions of its own. Some of them you might encounter include the following:
- What is a Guardianship?
- How does a Guardianship differ from a Power of Attorney?
- How do you terminate a Guardianship?
- Who supervises a Guardian?
- How is Guardianship provided for minors?
- What happens if an elderly person needs a Guardianship?
We can answer all these and more for you at Scott Counsel. When you choose us, we want you to know that, not only do we care about you and the circumstances you might be facing in your life right now, we also care about every facet of your family life. We care because you care. It is important to us because it is important to you. If you have questions, concerns, or doubts, that’s okay here. We specialize in those things, and those questions, concerns, and doubts are part of the reason we’re here in the first place—to help you make sense of things that don’t make sense.