Denton County Guardianship Attorney
Helping Families Through Difficult Times
If you need help caring for a loved one, there is a good chance you are feeling overwhelmed and confused. The Law Office of Lindsey J. Wilson can help you understand your options and make informed decisions about guardianship.
We understand that you are facing a difficult situation and need someone you can trust to help you through it. Our team is experienced in helping families in Denton County and surrounding areas.
Contact us today to speak with a Denton County guardianship lawyer about your case.
What Is Guardianship?
When a person is no longer able to make decisions for themselves, a guardian can be appointed to help manage their care and personal affairs. If a person is diagnosed with a mental illness or a developmental disability, a guardian can be appointed to make decisions for them, including things like where they will live, what medical care they will receive, and how their money will be spent.
How Does a Guardianship Work?
A person who needs a guardian must first be declared incapacitated by the court. The person's family or friends can ask the court to appoint a guardian if they are concerned about the person's safety or well-being. A court-appointed guardian will then be appointed and will have the power to make decisions for the incapacitated person. A guardian can be a family member or friend, or it can be a professional guardian.
A court-appointed guardian is required to submit an annual report to the court about the incapacitated person's care. The court also has the power to terminate a guardian's appointment if they are not fulfilling their duties or are not providing quality care for the incapacitated person.
Contact Us for an Initial Consultation
The Law Office of Lindsey J. Wilson can help you understand your options and make informed decisions about guardianship. We understand that you are facing a difficult situation and need someone you can trust to help you through it. Our team is experienced in helping families in Flower Mound, Carrollton, The Colony, Lewisville, and surrounding areas.
Call us at (469) 283-5580 to speak with a Denton County guardianship lawyer about your case.
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