Guardianship of a Minor

When a parent is not able

There are times when a parent is not able to properly care for a child. In those circumstances sometimes it is necessary to intervene and have the Court appoint another person as Guardian to make all the decisions for the child. The Guardianship process can either be voluntary and agreed upon by all parties, or it can be contested in which case it will be up to the Court to make a determination if a guardianship is necessary. 

At Shanelaris Schirch & Warburton our attorneys have been involved in both contested and uncontested guardianships and will work with you to navigate this sometimes uncertain process to ensure that your loved one is kept safe.

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