Guardianships — When a loved one reaches a point in his or her life where, due to either old age or disability (especially in young adults), and he or she cannot effectively care for personal, medical and financial matters, it may be wise to consider a NJ legal guardianship or conservatorship.
A guardian or conservator is a person selected by the court. The person or persons who are appointed are called “guardian(s)” or “conservator(s).” A guardian or conservator attends to the personal and/or financial needs of another. In the context of elder law, a spouse or child is typically appointed as legal guardian or conservator and given various powers to protect their spouse, parent(s) or a loved one. Let us help you protect your loved one. Contact us today and we will be happy to explain the Guardianship process.