Guardianship & Conservatorship
A guardian is a person appointed by the court to make healthcare and other mostly non-monetary decisions for someone who cannot make these types of decisions because of an injury, illness, or disability. A conservator is a person appointed by the court to take care of someone’s finances when he or she cannot make these types of decisions because of an illness, injury, or disability. Sometimes, an illness, injury, or disability can make it difficult or impossible for someone to make decisions about his or her health care, money, living situation, or other personal matters.
The Law Offices of Ron Feinman has extensive experience helping individuals understand their needs with respect to guardianship and conservatorship matters. We are here to help plan for to guardianship and conservatorship needs, or to meet them if they are already present. Contact us to help you protect yourself and your loved ones.
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Do you have questions about protecting your home and family or your long-term care? Let us guide you to the answers to your questions.