Guardianships

Real EstateA guardianship is a legal proceeding brought before a probate court in which a guardian is appointed to exercise the legal rights of an incapacitated person or minor, also referred to as a ward. A guardian can be either an individual or an institution, appointed by the court to care for a ward, the ward’s assets, or both.

At Halcomb Singler, LLP, our guardianship practice includes:

  • Representing individuals who wish to assume guardianship responsibilities, or appointing guardians for individuals who cannot take care of themselves due to mental as well as physical reasons
  • Appointing guardians for children who are no longer in their parents’ care for any number of reasons, such as a physical illness, death, military deployment, drug or alcohol problems, or child neglect

For a free legal consultation regarding guardianships, please complete and submit our contact form or call us directly at 317.575.8222. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

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