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The best guardianship is one that is not needed or created. By use of trusts and powers of attorney in our estate planning, we strive to avoid guardianships if possible. If a situation arises that a guardianship cannot be avoided without jeopardizing the well-being of the individual or their estate, we have the experience to assist our clients in creating and maintaining a guardianship for a person who can no longer care for themselves or their financial affairs. Our assistance in the application process, obtaining a bond, preparation of the annual accounting, and meeting other requirements of the court helps the guardian to understand the duties and responsibilities of performing that role.

Practicing Attorneys

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