Guardianship & Conservatorship
If an individual is unable to make decisions about his or her care or finances, the court may appoint someone to make those decisions and/or handle their finances for them. If a minor child is involved, a guardianship is created by the appointment of a guardian to act in the minor child's best interests. The guardian must be appointed by the probate court. A conservator is the individual appointed to handle the finances of a minor child or of an individual who is unable to care for his or her own finances.
The attorneys at Craig S. Redler & Associates, LLC. handle all types of conservatorship and guardianship matters. Our firm regularly files petitions with the court to have a guardian and/or conservator appointed. Our attorneys provide the necessary guidance to ensure that the appointment of a guardian or conservator is completed in the most timely and efficient manner possible. Our attorneys also continue to provide any necessary guidance after the guardianship/conservatorship has been granted by the court.