Caring For Vulnerable Loved Ones
Dealing with a loved one who can no longer take care of themselves can be an emotionally taxing time. It may become necessary to consider having a guardian and/or conservator appointed.
If estate planning or a power of attorney were never completed, you may need to seek a guardianship. A guardian is appointed by the court when a parent or other loved one can no longer effectively take care of their own health, safety or communicate decisions. Advancing memory loss or a stroke are examples of when a guardianship might be required.
When the individual can no longer handle finances, a conservator might be appointed. The guardian and conservator may be the same person or two different people depending on the situation.
Compassionate Care And Quality Legal Advice
Knowing your loved one is struggling and no longer able to care for themselves is already stressful. The legal process does not have to be taxing, too.
As an attorney with more than 30 years of experience, attorney Ron Williams helps families understand all their options and works with them to come up with the best possible plan. Our firm understands the stresses families are undergoing. We are committed to giving you a complete understanding of the guardianship and conservatorship processes, and we will treat your family with compassion while caring for your legal needs.
When Your Family Is In Need, We Will Stand By Your Side
Get professional and sympathetic legal counsel from an experienced lawyer. Contact us today or reach out to our law office by phone at 719-900-3967.
Located in Colorado Springs on Campus Drive, you can stop by our office on any weekday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you are unable to meet during office hours, our attorney can arrange for a weekend appointment.