A Guardianship is a legal proceeding whereby a responsible adult is appointed by a judge to [assist] in making personal and/or financial decisions on behalf of a minor. Unlike the Conservatorship, the Guardian of the Person and/or Estate makes decisions for the minor where parents are unavailable due to death, incapacity, military, other.
I understand the process of establishing all of the above and much more. Litigation for example, is also required at times in getting to a final decision by a court. And, while we have extensive experience in litigation we will assist on a case by case basis and provide you with a trusted referral when necessary.
A Conservatorship is a legal proceeding whereby a responsible adult is appointed by a judge to [assist] in making personal and/or financial decisions on behalf of another adult with incapacity. Incapacity does not mean physical incapacity. Rather, it is cognitive or mental incapacity, whether due to developmental delay, dementia, coma, or other brain injury which renders an adult unable to reasonably make decisions for themselves or care for themselves.