Legal Guardian Lawyer
Florence, Boone County, KY | Covington, Kenton County, KY
You do not have to go to court alone. Let me help you. I am a fighter!
You need to go to court to establish either guardianship or conservatorship over another person. An "Interdisciplinary Team" of professionals will evaluate the underage or disabled person (disability due to injury, dementia, Alzheimer's, physical infirmity, etc.). A guardianship or conservatorship takes away a person's liberty interest; therefore a jury trial is required. An attorney can best present your case to a jury and your choice of guardian or conservator to a judge.
If someone is taking you to court to establish either guardianship or conservatorship over you, it is vitally important that you have an attorney who is a fighter representing your rights. If you pay nothing for a court-appointed attorney, you may get what you pay for. It is very difficult to change what is ordered after you have had your day in court and lost your right of self-determination.
- "Guardians" have full care, custody, and control and manage the financial resources of an underage or disabled person
- "Conservators" manage only the financial resources of an underage or disabled person