Guardianships for family members

What happens when a family member can no longer take care of themselves? Whatever the reason that caused them to lose this ability, they need another person to make important medical and financial decisions for them. Guardianships Visit The DiCello Law Firm Probate Division's Website

Such a person is called a guardian. The person they care for is called a ward.

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Read more about how you can set up a Guardianship at The DiCello Law Firm Probate Divison Website.