When a person becomes incapacitated without a proper Durable Power of Attorney(whether early in life unexpectedly or later in life due to age), it is often necessary to petition the Court for appointment of a Guardian.   The Guardian’s duties can include handling all financial and medical decisions for the incapacitated person.  The Guardian has a responsibility to report their activities to the Court as well as report on the incapacitated person’s well-being.  Our firm assists clients in the original Petition for Adjudication of Incapacity and in fulfilling the reporting requirements as ordered by the Court, once a Guardian has been appointed.

If you have questions regarding Guardianships, call Conan Law Offices at (610) 565-6688.

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