Bucks County Guardianship Lawyer
When a loved one is unable manage life’s responsibilities the way he or she used to—not taking necessary medication, for example, or failing to pay bills, or falling victim to manipulation by unscrupulous predators—you want to find a long-term solution that is in the best interest of your loved one and the rest of your family. If your loved on is suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, you need to find that solution as soon as possible. Fortunately, the law provides a solution… guardianship.
Even in the best circumstances, the process of obtaining a guardianship can be stressful for everyone involved. If there is a dispute with fellow family members about the care of your loved one, it is especially difficult. At Bucks County Elder Law, we help families with guardianship concerns for seniors and people with special needs. Working with medical and financial experts, we can design a plan and demonstrate to the court how it will help your loved one and your entire family.
We can help you obtain one of the following forms of guardianship:
- Elder guardianship
- Special needs guardianship
- Temporary guardianship
Unfortunately, even the closest families sometimes disagree on what is best for the future of a loved one. If you are involved in a guardianship dispute over an elderly relative or loved one with special needs, our attorney can protect your rights, and if necessary, pursue guardianship litigation.
Over the course of the last 25 years, we have helped hundreds of families protect their elderly loved ones, or loved ones with special needs, through guardianship. If you are concerned about the well-being of a loved one and considering guardianship, contact us today to schedule a free consultation with our Yardley guardianship lawyer. You are not alone during this difficult time. We understand what you are going through and are here to assist you.