Sometimes loved ones who are unable to make sound decisions for themselves need the protection of a guardianship or conservatorship. If a person is unable to manage his or her finances (or is being cheated out of money or assets), a caring individual can seek a conservatorship. A guardian has the authority and duty to make personal and health care decisions for a minor or an adult who is incapacitated. Miranda can help you evaluate these legal tools and determine whether they are right for your situation.
Sometimes a person may object to the protective proceeding that you’ve determined is in your loved one’s best interests. In these situations, a hearing may be required. Miranda is comfortable taking these matters before a judge if it is in the best interests of you and your family.