A guardianship often becomes necessary when an individual is deemed legally incapacitated and needs a court-appointed guardian to take over decision-making and management of personal and financial affairs. This need can come up when a durable power of attorney or other estate planning documents are not in place. Once appointed, a guardian must report to the Court on the personal and financial status of the incapacitated person.
If you would like to become the guardian of a loved one, contact Sekhon Law, PLLC today. We are dedicated to advising our clients on how to best fulfill their legal duties as guardians.
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