Seniors, special needs adults, children who lose their parents, and those with debilitating issues all need assistance with day to day matters at one time or another. Knowing that the right individual will be advocating for you or your loved one can be all the difference in the world.
As a senior, you need to consider who will have your best interests at heart when it comes to your care, whether you wish to remain in this area or move to another area to live with your adult children or other family members, who among your family and friends has the greatest ability to assist you from both knowledge and proximity standpoints and many other issues. You should have a guardian who is able to assist you in your daily needs and that you know you can trust.
As parents of a special needs child, you have advocated for your child as a youth and into early adulthood making you the clear choice to be their advocate during adulthood. To remain their advocatefor every circumstance, you will need to have a guardianship in place.
Good Intentions Are Not Enough
Although you want the best for yourself and your loved ones, failing to have the correct guardian in place can have severe consequences, especially the inability to act when urgen situations call for it or having yourself of a loved one fall prey to a scheme designed to defraud them of money or benefits. Take action now to ensure this does not happen to you. At The Darling Law Firm, LLC our attorneys are experienced in guardianships and will help you ensure you or your family member receive the care and attention deserved.
Contact us today at 973-584-6200 or click here to e-mail us today to ensure you or your loved one are taken care of properly.