Anderson Bradley Krant, PC

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Establishing Guardianships & Conservatorships

If you are unable to make competent legal decisions on your behalf,
who will? Without a legal document nominating who you would like, the courts could appoint people you may not wish to make such decisions for you. Similarly, if you have young children and you die or become incapacitated, who will care for them and make financial decisions on their behalf? It is better to have a document setting forth your wishes than to leave it up to the courts.

These documents can be drafted separately, or in conjunction with your entire estate planning package, depending upon your wishes and needs. We are happy to discuss your situation. Please call us or send us an e-mail to set up an appointment.
The initial consultation with new clients is free.

Susan can also help if you require appointment of a guardian and conservator for your loved one. She handles all types of probate applications, including pursuing and contesting guardian and conservator petitions.