A guardianship allows a person to make decisions for another, typically in the case of disability or incapacity. This includes making decisions for a minor.
Sometimes people simply cannot take care of their own affairs. A guardian is appointed by a court to care for the protected person’s physical well being, as opposed to their financial well-being, which is handled by a Conservator. Often, the same person can serve in both of these roles.
Getting appointed a guardian can be difficult. Furthermore, a guardian has obligations to the court after being appointed. Gendelman Law Group can help you become appointed as a guardian and assist you through the process of serving as a guardian. Contact the attorneys at Gendelman Law Group at (720) 213- 0687 or here.