With over 20 years of experience in Guardianship, Estate Planning, Elder Law and Probate, the attorneys at First legal can help you and your family take care of those who are unable to care for themselves. We know that every family has different needs and wishes for their loved ones and we pride ourselves in providing tailored assistance to each of them to ensure their specific desires are properly met.
If you are reading this, chances are there is someone close to you who does not have the mental or legal capacity to make decisions for him or herself. It could be an elderly parent who suffers from dementia, a minor child who has lost his or her parents, or a disabled minor who is turning 18 years old and therefore her parents will no longer be able to make decisions on her behalf. In any of these situations, Florida law requires you hire an attorney and petition to the court to be appointed guardian of your loved one so you can care for them.
Whether is a minor or an adult, with many years of experience in guardianship law, our attorneys have the experience and expertise necessary to assist you to make sure you are appointed guardian of your loved one and that the best interests of those you care for are always being met.
At First Legal we are committed to providing high quality representation and you will have a team of dedicated attorneys that will partner with you and your family through this process ensuring your interests are being met. We will be at your disposal ready to answer all your questions or address any concerns you might have.
We have a simple rule, we only get involved where we think we can help.
– Adults who have become incapacitated and can no longer manage their finances or health
– Minor children who have lost their parents
– Disabled minors who are turning into adults and need continued care
– Prepare petition to determine incapacity
– File guardianship petition with the court
– Comply with all court required accounting and yearly plans to ensure you as the guardian can continue to care for your loved one
– Set up special needs trusts for disabled wards or beneficiaries
Success for us is knowing that you will be able to provide the care and assistance your loved ones need without having to worry that the decisions you make for their benefit will be challenged or invalidated later on. We will help you from beginning to end, so we can worry about the legal process and you can spend your time making sure your loved one’s needs are being met.
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