Legal Advice for Guardianship — 163 results
Written by attorney Mary Anne Vance, about 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
What is a
A Guardianship is a Court approved arrangement that is
useful when a person cannot manage their own financial or personal affairs. The
Court sees Guardianship as a... more
Written by attorney Frank A Selden, about 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
What Guardianship IS Guardianship is a legal arrangement where someone can handle the affairs of another. The "guardian" is entrusted with the care and custody of the "ward," and this... more
Written by attorney Susan Nattrass, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Who and in What Order Do You Trust? First, list up to 5 possible individuals or couples who would be willing to raise your children for you if you were not able to do so. You should list... more
Written by attorney Greta Muirhead, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Why are you raising your grandchild? You're raising your grandchild because your grandkid's parent is using drugs, is in prison, an alcoholic or can't be bothered taking care of his or her... more
Written by attorney Joseph Gufford, about 1 year ago.
Unfortunately, as many of us get older, there comes a time when we can no longer mange our affairs. In other instances, children's parents die or become incapable... more
Written by attorney John Sawyer, over 1 year ago.
WHETHER GUARDIANSHIP AND CONSERVATORSHIP IS RIGHT IN YOUR CASE.
Written by attorney Homa S. Woodrum, 3 months ago.
It comes up every so often that a concerned friend or family member thinks that guardianship would allow them to assist another person in making medical or financial decisions (or both) in... more
Written by attorney Homa S. Woodrum, 4 months ago.
The best way to save on costs with an attorney is to do as much of your own information gathering as possible. These tips are also good if you are preparing to represent yourself in a... more
Written by attorney Harry J Lenaburg, about 1 year ago.
By Harry J. Lenaburg, Esq.
As young parents we were often so busy just taking care of business, working, raising our children, buying a house, that we neglected some very important... more
Written by attorney Jessica Hanzlik, about 2 years ago.
Guardianship is the legal process necessary when someone cannot act for themselves and a guardian is appointed for the individual (also called a ward) to handle the wards personal affairs... more
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