Guardianship / Conservatorship
The law office of Keene & Sparks, LLP offers services in guardianships of minors and of those deemed incapable of caring for themselves, and conservatorships to administer and protect assets.
In guardianship matters, an appointed guardian can make decisions involving a person’s education, healthcare and other associated decisions. In the case of a minor, this appointment terminates when the minor reaches the age of 18.
In conservatorship matters, an appointed conservator can make decisions regarding the protected person’s assets, including payment of bills, determining investments and entering contracts. In the case of a minor, the appointment terminates when the minor reaches age 21.
The attorneys at Keene & Sparks, LLP can assess the needs of an individual and advise you regarding appointment in and administration of conservatorship and guardianship proceedings.
Contact us to learn more about Guardianship / Conservatorship.