A Strong Advocate for You
Sometimes the need for a guardianship arises. So with our family law experience, the Law Offices of John Danielski can provide strong representation on your behalf.
The process to petition for a guardianship involves going to probate court. Consequently, this can be intrusive and cause conflict. The court will make a legal recognition someone can take care of a minor or an incapacitated adult. At this emotionally challenging time, it is important to have a knowledgeable lawyer. Someone like John Danielski will be by your side to advocate for you.
Guardianships sometimes sought by step-parents, grandparents, relatives and friends. Thus anyone who are concerned that the best interests of a child are not being met by one or both of the parents. Also, a guardian can be appointed for an elderly person whose medical condition has impacted his or her ability to make independent decisions. In addition, a guardian can also be appointed by the probate court. This is to manage the interests of an accident victim or a developmentally disabled adult.
The guardianship process in Michigan provides for:
- Guardians: A person who has the legal responsibility for a child’s physical well-being. By handling housing, medical care, and basics such as clothing and food.
- Guardianships for a disabled person: For individuals incapacitated or have disabilities to promote and protect their well-being. Which also includes protection from neglect, exploitation, and abuse.
If you need advice about guardianship, contact John Danielski, who pledges, “I can’t protect your heart, but I can protect your rights.”
Guardianship Lawyer – Communicate with the Law Offices of John Danielski
The Law Offices of John Danielski is headquartered in Taylor, Michigan. The firm serves people living throughout Wayne, Monroe, Washtenaw, Macomb, and Oakland counties. Please contact us by filling out the form on this website. Also, feel free to call us at 734-284-9399 (local) or 866-249-3561 (toll-free) to set up a free initial consultation.