Sometimes, adults and minors may need a guardian to manage decisions related to everyday life and finances. Guardianship will allow a parent of an adult child with disabilities to continue making decisions for their children when their child turns 18. Guardianship will allow a family member to make decisions for an adult who is no longer able to make decisions independently. Legal guardianship is a last resort when no other options are available.
At Ally Legal Planning, we help families with:
- Determining whether guardian of the person and/or property is needed
- Preparing and filing all required documents with the Court
- Guiding families through the guardianship court process
- Providing families with information and guidance after the guardianship court process is completed, including complying with continued legal reporting
We allow families to do what they are best at – continuing to care for a loved one while we handle the legal process.