Guardianship & Conservatorship of a Minor
Although parents are legally responsible for their minor children until the children reach adulthood, life can take parents in unanticipated directions. Situations sometimes present themselves which result in a minor requiring a Guardianship. Parents occasionally experience a debilitating injury, fall seriously ill, or unexpectedly pass away. When these types of situations occur, a Guardianship for minor children may be necessary; whether temporarily or permanently.
Guardianship of a Minor addresses the personal and physical well-being of a child. A Guardian is responsible for the child’s healthcare, schooling, and living arrangements. The attorneys at Great Lakes Family Probate & Estates guide clients in navigating the Guardianship process after the incapacitation or death of a loved one. GLFPE attorneys assist clients with petitioning the appropriate Probate Court for Guardianship of a Minor.
Conservatorship addresses custody and care of the child’s assets when appropriate. The attorneys at GLFPE counsel clients regarding whether a Conservatorship of a Minor is appropriate in their particular circumstance.
Contact Great Lakes Family, Probate & Estates to schedule a Guardianship & Conservatorship consultation at 1-888-55-GLFPE (45373) or email@example.com.