Taking the next step to protect and care for a disabled family member who is suddenly unable to care for themselves can be overwhelming. At Loveland | Grace | Hurley, PLLC our certified guardianship attorneys understand that each family situation is unique. We do not subscribe to one-size-fits-all solutions, and instead, listen and work with caregivers to create a plan of action specific to their family’s needs.  

Guardianship Process

Whether you are a caregiver needing to utilize the guardianship process or have questions about an alternative to guardianship, our experienced and knowledgeable guardianship attorneys are ready to assist.

We regularly counsel and advise caregivers and supporters concerning both legal and non-legal solutions for supporting a disabled family member. We also regularly represent applicants for guardianship in contested and uncontested judicial proceedings in the local probate and county courts at law and are experienced in all facets of a guardianship proceeding.

Guardianship is a difficult and considered choice. Our goal is to assist our clients make confident and educated choices when intervening to protect a disabled family member. We are honored when our clients choose us to assist them with navigating the guardianship process.

Our Expertise

Representative Guardianship Experience of Our Firm Attorneys

  • Guardianship of the Person and/or Estate of an Adult Incapacitated Individual
  • Temporary Guardianship of the Person and/or Estate
  • Guardianship of a Minor Orphan
  • Court-created Management Trusts
  • Application for Subaccount with the Arc of Texas Master Pooled Trust
  • Assistance with ABLE Accounts
  • Assistance with Supported Decision-Making Agreements and Power of Attorney Documents
  • Advice and assistance with alternatives to guardianship and available community supports and services
  • Advice and legal guidance concerning the Mental Health Commitment process and available community supports and services
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