We at Crossland, Heinle & Bryde, LLC are often called upon to plan for a person’s incapacity, drafting documents with the intention of avoiding the need for the imposition of a Guardianship and the potential of contentious litigation arising therefrom. However, where adequate estate planning has not been done, powers of attorney are not in place and an individual has suffered an incapacity or a minor has come to be the beneficiary of a property interest they are legally not permitted to control, a guardianship may become necessary. We can assist those seeking guardianships as well as those who oppose them, and we have furthered our experience by regularly serving as court-appointed counsel for those who are the subject of a guardianship proceeding.
So, while we would prefer to help you avoid the need for a guardianship, if a guardianship is necessary our attorneys are prepared to assist you with representation in a wide range of guardianship matters.
If you would like to discuss a guardianship matter with one of our experienced attorneys, please call our office at (302) 239-3700 to arrange an initial consultation.