Protecting The Vulnerable Through Guardianships
Do you have a minor-aged child or infirm elderly parent who is unable to take care of themselves in your family? Establishing guardianship to protect their interests may be the best legal solution. I am attorney George E. Pattison. I have been helping families meet the challenges of guardianship and conservatorship in Ohio for many years.
Circumstances Requiring Guardianships
Whether the need for guardianship is raised because of the death of parents or the maturation of a disabled son or daughter, I am here for you. From the law offices of George E. Pattison Attorney at Law, I provide representation in all areas of guardianships having to do with the following:
- Minor children
- Elderly and/or parents
- Adult children with special needs
- Family members with mental illness
- Loved ones with mental disabilities
Whether you need to protect your minor children or a disabled adult, I can help you establish a guardianship and assist you in administering it in full compliance with the law once it’s established.
Explore Options And Get Answers To Family Problems
Sometimes the need for a guardianship involves no controversies, such as when an aunt and uncle assume responsibility for children after the deaths of their parents. In other cases, the intended ward, such as an adult with mental illness or a parent with dementia, resists the protection that a guardianship or conservatorship has to offer. I have helped many families navigate through sensitive situations with a focus on respect and care of vulnerable loved ones.
I am here to listen attentively and offer clear explanations. To discuss your guardianship case or any probate-related matter with an attorney who will guide you efficiently, call [513-286-3392. You may also fill out this online contact form to schedule a consultation with me at your earliest convenience.