If an elderly parent or relative with special needs seems unable to make decisions, handle money responsibly or care for themselves in basic ways, you may want to consider seeking a guardianship to protect the senior or minor child.

The legal process of obtaining a guardianship can be complex but well worth the effort. This useful estate planning tool will ultimately give you the ability to make the best possible decisions for an elderly or incapacitated loved one — and Lovelace Law, P.C. is here to help.

In north central Texas, including Tarrant County and Johnson County, and our headquarters in Burleson, Lovelace Law, P.C. brings almost 30 years of combined experience, proven skills, legal knowledge and personal commitment to your guardianship goals.

Our trusted law firm is well-known throughout the region for extraordinary representation of all kinds — from guardianships and conservatorships to estate planning and administration, quality advocacy during probate proceedings, and estate and probate litigation.

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Burleson Guardianship Lawyers

A guardianship designates someone as the guardian of an estate or person after a hearing on facts related to that person's specific situation. Guardianships have been known to be challenged by family members in disputes that can wind up in court.

Our law firm's experience includes acting as guardians and attorneys for guardians, uniquely qualifying Lovelace Law, P.C. to advise you and protect your rights during an often complex legal process. We want to do whatever we can to protect your senior loved one from being taken advantage of or harming himself or herself. A catastrophic injury or disability can impair a person's decision-making and organization of daily life activities.

We can also make thoughtful, forward-looking recommendations regarding how a guardianship will influence your family's ability to use income or assets for elder law issues such as the disabled relative's medical care, including Medicaid eligibility for long-term nursing home care.

Contact Lovelace Law, P.C. today with any questions you may have about guardianships. Your initial consultation with our Burleson guardianship attorneys is free of charge. Call us at 817-953-9656 or send an email message.