Appointing a legal guardian typically occurs when a parent can no longer provide shelter or support for their child. Once the guardian has been approved by the court, the custody, supervision, and rights to care are given to the guardian.

Unfortunately, there are many circumstances that can negate a parent from being able to provide necessary care to a child. Whether the parent is unwilling, or unable or has unexpectedly passed without naming a guardian, it can become essential for someone other than a parent to seek guardianship of minor children.

Our legal team is committed to providing you with exceptional representation and guidance throughout the steps of obtaining guardianship. We aim to ensure that our clients understand both their rights and responsibilities before moving forward.

Whether you are seeking temporary or permanent guardianship for the minor child you wish to care for, we can help you to understand your options. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.