Guardianship orders give individuals legal authority over another’s personal and property interests. Most often, this occurs when a person has maintained care-taking responsibilities for a minor child, an incapacitated person, or a developmentally disabled adult (also commonly referred to as a conservatorship in some states). These orders allow the family member of the care-taker to more freely and easily make decisions regarding what is in the best interest of the individual in his or her care.
If you are in need of a legal help for guardianship, contact Bremer Whyte Family Law today.
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