"Entrusting your loved one into someone else's care is an important matter."
Guardianship can be for a minor child, or someone who has become incapacitated through age or disability. A guardian of a person is a court-appointed person who has been authorized to make decisions for the other person. The person receiving the guardianship is called a ward. A minor, or anyone over 18 who suffers from mental deficiency, mental illness, or any other condition that makes them unable to care for themselves may become a ward in need of a guardian.
The process of working through these legal issues can be challenging, and it is important to have an attorney who can guide you through the steps. If you are interested in learning how we can help you through this difficult time, please contact us to schedule a free consultation. We will be happy to answer your questions and assist you in any way possible. Call (918) 430-3534 9am to 5pm CST, Monday through Friday.