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Guardianship

WYOMING GUARDIANSHIP ATTORNEYS

Guardianship cases help determine the best path forward for children under the age of 18 or adults who cannot care for themselves. As guardianship attorneys, we will examine the interests of those involved and create a plan to protect the physical, mental, and financial well-being of the child or the dependent adult. Let us be the legal voice for those unable to advocate for themselves.

Guardianship in Cheyenne, WY

Once your child reaches the age of 18, he or she is considered to be an adult in the eyes of the law. That means you are no longer allowed to make many important decisions for them. In most cases, that’s totally appropriate. But what if the child has a medical condition or a developmental disability and is unable to care for themselves? Or what if you are the adult child of a parent who has lost the capacity to care for themselves? In order to continue making decisions about your loved one’s medical care, place of residence, finances, and more, then you’ll have to be appointed as guardian. Having the right guardianship lawyer by your side is essential to the guardianship process.

Wyoming Legal Group is Here for You

The Wyoming Legal Group provides straightforward counsel and advice for guardianship cases in Cheyenne, WY. A Wyoming Legal Group attorney can help you determine if becoming a guardian is the best choice for you and your loved ones.

What Happens When You Become a Guardian

In order to become a guardian of your loved one, you’ll need to petition the court. A guardianship lawyer can represent you in court and make sure you have all the appropriate documentation prepared.

Once you are appointed by the court as a guardian, you’ll be legally empowered to act on behalf of either a disabled adult or a minor to make sure that their rights, safety, welfare, and health are adequately protected.

Having an honest discussion with a guardianship lawyer is the first step to determining if you should become a guardian to a parent or adult child who has limited capacity to make decisions or care for themselves.

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