Command Your Independence
A guardianship is when someone, the guardian, can make legal, financial, or medical decisions for another person, the ward. You may need a guardianship if someone has become incapacitated, and they haven’t assigned a power of attorney or healthcare surrogate.
We’re committed to helping make the best choice for you, and to be honest, you likely don’t want to go through a guardianship. They can be expensive and stressful, especially in emergencies. We suggest setting up your advance directives now to avoid guardianship in the future.