Taking Guardianship Of A Minor

Our legal team has handled many issues involving the guardianship of a minor. We have had clients throughout Central Florida. We will meet with you so that we understand your desires and then we will explain your options.

Guardianship Laws And Your Case

When the parents of a minor die, the court is required by law to appoint a guardian. Also, depending on the state, a minor may also be appointed with guardian when they receive an inheritance.

For a variety of reasons our clients seek guardianship of a minor. Here are a few:

  • Temporary custody
  • Property inheritance
  • When a current guardian is incapacitated

If you work with our veteran estate administration team you will be made to understand your options, and we will be made to know your wishes. That way we can most accurately represent you in the process.

We’re helpful for a variety of reasons, but one of those reasons is that the guardianship process can be confusing. Personal service and direct attention will make your experience more comfortable and easier.

The guardianship process can be confusing. That's where we come in. We get to know you and your specific situation. Direct attention and personal service will make the process easier and less stressful. We know because we have handled many of these cases in the past, and we know what we are doing.

Discuss Your Situation With Us

Fill out our online form or call us at 321-453-5007 or toll free at 877-409-1022 to schedule a consultation.