Guardianship Attorneys in Naples

Getting you the legal right to care for your loved one.

If you have a loved one with a mental or physical disability you might be used to putting that person first. You want to be able to focus on their care and need the legal ability to do so. By stepping in as a guardian you are taking the first steps to increasing your loved ones quality of life.

Reach out to us today at (239) 309-2006 or online to request a case evaluation with one of our attorneys to talk to us about your guardianship case and find out how we can assist.

What is a guardianship?

A guardianship is when a surrogate decision-maker is appointed to make personal and/or financial decisions for either a minor or an adult with mental or physical disabilities.

What is a ward?

If you are granted guardianship over someone they are considered award by the state.

What do I need to do to be granted guardianship?

In order to become a guardian over your loved one, you and our attorneys must first file a petition to determine incapacity where an examining committee will be appointed to determine if the ward has the ability to make decisions for themself. If the court determines that a guardian is necessary, there will be a hearing to determine who should be appointed guardian.

Is a guardian held responsible for their ward's bills and debts?

A guardian is responsible for handling their wards' finances and paying their bills on their behalf but only with the ward’s own financial means, not with their own personal funds.

Reach Out to Our Law Office in Naples to Discuss your Guardianship Case Today!

If you are looking to become a guardian to someone, the family law team at the Law Offices of Cavanaugh & Cavanaugh, P.A. in Naples can guide you through each step and give you the legal ability to make decisions on the behalf of your loved one.

Call us today at (239) 309-2006 to set up a case review with one of our guardianship attorneys to learn more about what we can do to help with your case.

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