Guardianship and Conservatorship Law
A Guardianship and/or a Conservatorship may be established by the court when a person is not able to make good, responsible financial or personal or medical decisions, often due to having a disability or a disease such as dementia. In such situations, the court may appoint a Guardian or a Conservator to make the necessary personal well-being and financial decisions for the disabled person.
The establishment of a Guardianship and/or Conservatorship can also be very beneficial in the case of a vulnerable adult who is being exploited financially or emotionally.
The attorneys at Halvorson, Langemo & Paschke have years of experience in Guardianship and Conservatorship law. They are able to guide and assist you in establishing and maintaining and terminating Guardianships and Conservatorships.
If you have questions about a Guardianship or a Conservatorship, contact the law offices of Halvorson, Langemo & Paschke.