Guardianships & Conservatorships
Caring for Those We Care About
When people we care about become unable to handle their own affairs and have not signed powers of attorney or health care proxies, someone has to go to court to obtain the appropriate authority to manage their financial and health care matters.
Addressing More Stringent Standards
Estate administration will be more streamlined when the new probate laws go into effect. Those same new laws, however, will impose more stringent standards in guardian and conservator cases.
More stringent standards protect the people who can least protect themselves. At the same time, that added protection will lead to more complexity in the actual guardianship and conservatorship process.
Attorney Voss Lees can provide the compassionate expertise and experience you need to navigate that process in an efficient and comprehensive manner.