Prevent a difficult probate process with the help and guidance of a trusted attorney
Estate plans and wills that are not legally sound must go through probate court before their beneficiaries can obtain ownership. Many probate cases result in disputes that require professional assistance when authenticating an individual’s end-of-life plan. By working with a trusted attorney you can protect your family’s assets and avoid legal difficulties when facing the probate process.
Guardianship or conservatorship grants an individual the ability to make decisions on behalf of an incapacitated adult. More specifically, Conservatorship gives the guardian, or petitioner, the power to make financial decisions on behalf of the other party. To appoint a guardian or conservator, an application must be filed and in some situations, followed by a hearing before a judge.
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