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A guardianship is essentially an action in which one or more persons are given authority and responsibility to care for and make decisions for another person who is not capable of acting for himself or herself for some reason, such as their age (i.e., they are a child) or due to a medical or psychological incapacity.

Minor guardianships are sometimes desirable or necessary in situations where a child's parent or parents are unavailable or unable to provide care for the child.

Guardianships for adults are sometimes needed where the adult has developed a medical condition, mental or emotional condition, or other disability which prevents them from properly caring for and/or making decisions for himself/herself.

Elder Law

Medicaid (long-term care/nursing home ) planning

Veteran's Administration Improved Pension pre-planning