Many families have a loved one with an intellectual or developmental disability, or a loved one that at some point becomes unable to make his or her own personal and financial decisions. An experienced Bobila Walker Law lawyer can
assist you with applying for guardianship for your loved one.
We can determine what type of guardianship is most appropriate. We can file the guardianship application, explain the duties of the guardian, and assist the guardian with annual accountings and representation. We can also assist with representing a guardian’s interests in court and other related matters, including filing a guardianship application or protecting assets so that the individual needing a guardian.
A Bobila Walker Law attorney can help you determine how best to help your loved one manage their personal finances and affairs.
What is a Guardian?
A guardian is typically a family member or a close friend appointed by the court to make decisions for a loved one regarding health care, personal affairs and financial matters. A guardian may collect and invest the assets of the person requiring a guardianship, and assist the individual with paying bills, living arrangements and medical treatment.
Becoming a guardian is a serious responsibility. Typically, guardians are responsible for such tasks as:
Overall, our firm also handles the following:
To find out how we can help you, call our office directly at 416-847-1859 or use the contact form located below. We look forward to hearing from you.