New Jersey Conservatorships and Guardianship attorneys
When individuals are unable to care for themselves they may have a conservator or guardian appointed to ensure their needs are fully met and their interests protected. A conservatorship is generally established for the care of mentally or physically disabled individuals, whereas a guardianship is usually provided for the care of minors. Depending on the nature of the situation, conservators and guardians may be required to manage a wide range of issues, including the management of estates, financial decisions, and even health related choices.
The role of conservator or guardian can be difficult, but with the help of a competent legal professional, those in this position can be assured of having the proper legal standing to fulfill their duties. Whether you are establishing a conservatorship or guardianship or you are dealing with a related dispute or legal question, the legal team at Bercik Law can provide you with the support and experienced guidance you need.
Our Conservatorship and Guardianship Practice Areas
There are a number of different areas where we are prepared to help clients with legal issues relating to conservatorships and guardianships. To learn more about what we can do for you, please visit the following pages:
1161 Broad Street (Rt. 35 North)
Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
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