Protecting the Interests of Your Loved Ones
Guardianship is a legal process that allows a court-appointed individual, known as a guardian, to make decisions on behalf of another person, known as a ward, who is unable to make decisions for themselves. This may be due to a physical or mental impairment, developmental disability, or age. In Florida, guardianship is governed by the Florida Statutes and is a serious matter that requires the guidance of an experienced attorney.
At The Preston Law Firm, we understand the sensitive nature of guardianship cases and are dedicated to providing our clients with the personalized attention and support they need. Our attorneys have extensive experience in guardianship matters and are committed to helping our clients navigate the legal system. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn how we can help you with your guardianship case.
Is a Guardianship Right for Your Loved One?
There are several types of guardianship in Florida
This type of guardianship allows the guardian to make decisions related to the ward's living arrangements, medical care, and personal needs.
This type of guardianship allows the guardian to manage the ward's financial affairs, such as paying bills and managing assets.
This type of guardianship allows the guardian to make decisions on specific matters, such as medical treatment or placement in a specific facility.
This type of guardianship allows the court to appoint a guardian on an emergency basis to protect the ward from immediate harm.