Guardianship vs. Power of Attorney

While many law terms can sound quite similar to the uneducated, oftentimes, there are things that make them vastly different from one another. Two of those terms that could potentially throw people for a loop are Guardianship and Power of Attorney. Let’s check out the differences below: With a power of attorney, an individual can name […]

How to Terminate a Guardianship

If you’re looking to terminate a guardianship, it’s going to require a court hearing in many cases. Anyone can file the papers—relatives, guardian, subject of the guardianship—and inquire of a judge to see if a guardianship is still necessary. Let’s look at some of the reasons why you might choose to terminate a guardianship: Death: […]

Who Supervises a Guardian?

A guardian is someone who looks after our children if we cannot do so ourselves or if our spouse is unwilling or unfit to take on the responsibility. We do have the power to appoint guardians to care for our children, but they can also supervise our elderly loved ones too. And that’s great and […]

Guardianship for Minors

No one wants to think that one day they’ll have to leave people they love behind. After all, it isn’t a pleasant thought, leaving anyone—let alone children who may or may not be old enough to understand what’s happening. We want to ensure that our children (or grandchildren) will be well taken care of, even […]