Guardianship is a legal situation in which a court appoints someone to make decisions for someone else, called a ward. Guardianships are typically set up when a minor child or incapacitated adult can't make their own decisions about their estate, health care or finances. The guardian is responsible for acting in their ward's best interests at all times.
If you're trying to become the guardian of a minor child or incapacitated adult in the Merritt Island, FL area, turn to the Brink Law Firm for help. You can rely on our experienced guardianship attorney to guide you through the legal process and act in the best interest of your ward.
A contested guardianship is a guardianship that's being challenged by another person. Many contested guardianship cases come up when two or more family members can't agree on who should become the guardian of a loved one, such as an aging parent.
If you're contesting a guardianship or if your guardianship is being contested, you can trust the Brink Law Firm to be here for you. We can help you: