Although it can be difficult to face for individuals and their families, there are times when someone loses the ability to make decisions independently. It is critical during this time to work with an experienced lawyer who can help you understand your options and the implications of establishing a guardianship for yourself or an elderly parent.
At the Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning, PLLC, in Brighton, Michigan, we represent clients in guardianship proceedings. Whether you are a child of someone who needs a guardian or someone who needs assistance in decision-making matters, our lawyers will listen to you, understand your objectives and help you through the process. We can help put you at ease as we help you prepare for the future.
We understand how challenging this situation can be for our clients. With decades of legal experience, our lawyers have unique knowledge and perspective in all aspects of estate planning and elder law matters. And we are committed to helping you make smart decisions for your future. Our lawyers will take the time to work with you personally and represent you with professionalism and care. Contact us today.
What Is A Guardianship?
A guardianship is a legal instrument similar to a conservatorship or a power of attorney. In a guardianship, decision-making authority is transferred from you (the principal) to another party (the guardian).
This legal instrument is invaluable preparation for the possibility that you lose capacity to make decisions on your own. It is critical to anticipate this need and handle matters yourself in the preplanning stage, to choose a guardian carefully and to have your interests protected with the help of an experienced lawyer.
We can help you establish a guardianship in a way that will respect your dignity and autonomy while also protecting your interests. With decades of legal experience and knowledge, we can advise you of your rights and help you through the guardianship process.
Do not wait to contact an attorney from our firm by calling 810-626-3277 (800-724-5989 toll free) or by sending us an email here.