If you become incapacitated and unable to take care of yourself or your financial affairs, you may need a Guardian. A Guardian must be appointed by a Court and specific procedures must be followed. Sometimes a person may have signed a Durable Power of Attorney prior to becoming incapacitated. If they have, a Guardianship and the accompanying expense and effort may be avoided. If not, the Ladyman Law Offices can assist and guide you through the legal process of appointing a Guardian. Our experienced professionals know what needs to be done and will take the burden off of the client to make the process go as smooth as possible.
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