We compassionately represent the needs of individuals when their loved ones do not have the capacity to manage their financial or medical affairs. Our attorneys represent families and other interested parties in cases of developmental disability once a minor turns 18, catastrophic brain injuries, those suffering from debilitating mental illnesses, and the cognitive deficits due to Alzheimer’s or other dementias, in seeking an adjudication of incapacity and the appointment of an guardian of the person and estate/property.  We also represent institutional clients, such as hospitals and long-term care facilities, in applying for guardianships when there are no family members available to serve as guardians.  In the event a guardianship is not necessary, we work to determine appropriate alternatives including powers of attorney and conservatorships.

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