Michigan Legal Guardian Attorney
Minor children who are temporarily displaced away from parents may need a temporary guardian. When a child is in danger or lacks an effective caregiver, it may be in his or her best interest for a relative or other loved one to take over for the parents and be granted guardianship. This allows another adult to care for the child and make major decisions that relate to their schooling and medical care.
If you are in a situation where you need to become a guardian for your loved one, or you need to appoint a guardian for your child, our experienced Howell guardianship attorneys can help. We have over fifteen years of experience, helping people just like you establish guardianships and conservatorships. Let us do the worrying, so you can concentrate on your life and your loved ones.
Michigan law allows the appointment of a guardian if it finds that an individual is unable to provide continuing care and supervision. Many times this happens when:
- Parent go to jail or rehab for a drug or alcohol problem
- Parent abandons the child
- You are the child of an elderly person and your parent can no longer handle their own medical or personal issues
Guardianships provide the loving and nurturing care that children and older adults need. Sound estate planning can often avoid the difficulties and expense involved in guardianship proceedings. Do not wait until it is too late.
Let Us do the Worrying For You
Contact our estate planning and family law attorneys at Spindler, Nausieda & Associates to learn more about our experience and success. We will arrange a consultation to discuss ways we can help you get the best possible outcome for your legal needs.