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Florida Guardianship Lawyers who focus on elder law topics can prepare wills and trusts, provide Medicaid plans or assist with guardianship for people who are mentally incapacitated. Being mentally incapacitated is not the same as being mentally incompetent but the conclusion can sometimes
When an issue arises concerning whether and to what extent a guardianship or alternatives to guardianship should be considered, it is imperative to consult a probate attorney to explore all of the options and the implications involved in this complicated judicial process.
Fifth District Court of Appeals Encourages Legislature to Clarify Statute
The decision of whether and when to petition for incapacity of an elderly relative is challenging and can rarely be accomplished without the assistance of an experienced practitioner. However, even with
Third District Upholds Palm Beach Probate Court’s Appointment of Guardian Not Related to the Ward by Blood or Marriage.
The decision of whether and when to have a loved one declared incompetent is a difficult and challenging process, and should involve
Guardianships are an area of my practice that requires a lot of finesse when counseling clients who are serving conflicting roles when trying to make decisions in the name of the ward.
What is a guardian?
Typically, a guardian is a person