Planning ahead is the best way to reduce guardianship issues. But that’s not always possible. Learn how we can help your individual guardianship needs.
There are many reasons a loved one may need a guardian to ensure their basic needs are met. Perhaps your parent’s dementia has worsened or your niece loses her parents to a tragic accident. These are just two scenarios that can create a need for a guardianship and sometimes tension among family members. Minors, the elderly, and individuals with developmental disabilities or mental illness need guardians more often. Our attorneys understand Colorado’s guardianship laws. We can help you create legal documents that will lay out who will act as a guardian. We can also help you navigate an immediate guardianship need. You don’t have to go through this sensitive matter on your own. Let our probate attorneys help you find peace of mind.