Helping You Help Others Through Guardianships And Conservatorships
Any number of situations may require trusted individuals to make decisions on behalf of others who are unable to speak for themselves. Establishing a guardianship or a conservatorship as part of an estate plan enables you to anticipate the unexpected and helps provide you with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your wishes or the wishes of a loved one will be honored.
At the Pennsylvania law firm of Bowe & Odorizzi Law, LLC, our lawyers have been providing comprehensive estate planning services to individuals and families throughout the Greater Tamaqua area since 1979. We are prepared to put our experience to work for you.
Exploring Your Options
A guardianship names a person who will be responsible for the supervision and care of another person. For example, a legal guardian may care for a loved one who is suffering from dementia or may be named to care for minor children should their parents ever become incapacitated.
A conservatorship, on the other hand, names a person who will be responsible for making financial decisions on behalf of another. Both guardianships and conservatorships involve some level of court supervision and limitations when it comes to decision-making. Our attorneys will work closely with you and your family to explore your options and to find the path that is right for you.
Contact Us For Help With All Of Your Estate Planning Needs
We are here to answer all of your questions regarding guardianships and conservatorships. Call us at 570-225-0032 or toll free at 866-586-9855. You may also contact us online. We offer free consultations for many matters, are available for weekday, evening and weekend appointments, and are committed to charging reasonable and affordable rates.