A guardianship is the appointment of an individual by the probate court to make legal decisions for another person who has become incapacitated through age or disability. Usually the guardian is a family member or attorney. Guardianships come in many forms. A guardianship can be over a person and/or an estate, and can be implemented in a variety of ways. Sometimes a minor child may need to be under guardianship, if the parents are not able to provide care for the child.

Whether an aging parent or disabled child is in need of a guardian, the process can be daunting. The attorneys at Taggart Law Firm have helped families with guardianship matters for many years. They will alleviate the stress of this decision-making by assuring that the ward's best interests are being served and protected.