Guardianship and/or Protective Placement
If your loved becomes incapacitated or is no longer able to make safe medical or financial decisions for themselves, it may be time to reach out to Attorney Peter Sayner regarding a guardianship and protective placement. Even if your loved one has a Power of Attorney for Healthcare and/or Durable Power of Attorney for Finances and Property, sometimes a guardianship and/or protective placement is still necessary. Attorney Sayner will guide you through this process and make sure all the necessary paperwork is filed with the Court, and the pertinent experts are involved.
If there is already a guardianship and/or protective placement in place, and a guardian ad litem is needed to represent your loved one’s best interests, Attorneys Daniel Ryan or Peter Sayner are happy to assist you and your loved one during this difficult journey.