Drafting a Durable Power of Attorney, Guardianship, or Conservatorship
We can help you and your family with a durable power of attorney. A durable power of attorney allows a third person to make decisions for someone who has become incapacitated. The incapacity can be physical or mental. A durable power of attorney typically stays in place only while the incapacitated party remains incapacitated or it can be set up to last for a longer period of time.
We can also assist you with drafting a durable power of guardianship. Guardianship may be temporary, for a specified period of time or permanent. Guardianship can be over a minor, until they become an adult or a disabled person who cannot care for themselves.
We can also assist with conservatorship. Conservatorship allows a person appointed by the Court to manage property for an individual who is unable to manage their own affairs. Guardianship and conservatorship require a court hearing.
Let us take care of the paperwork and court hearings in these matters while you care for your family.