How To Set Up An Adult Guardianship In Arkansas
As loved ones grow older, it is not uncommon for families to find themselves struggling with questions related to day-to-day care and financial issues. These questions can be particularly pressing when a loved one is incapacitated by disease or disability and is unable to communicate. In these sorts of situations, an adult guardianship can allow families to regain control and provide their loved ones with the support they need.
At Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, in Little Rock, Arkansas, our experienced lawyers can explain the guardianship process and what steps to take next.
Experienced Guardianship Attorneys
Under Arkansas law, there are two basic types of adult guardianships:
- Guardianship of the person: This allows an individual to make decisions about the day-to-day life and medical care of a loved one.
- Guardianship of the estate: This allows an individual to make decisions regarding a loved one’s finances.
In addition, guardianships in Arkansas can be set to last for a specific period of time or to be permanent. Depending on the circumstances, guardianships may also be total or limited in scope.
Our skilled adult guardianship attorneys have years of experience helping families facing difficult situations. We understand what is at stake for your loved ones and we offer compassionate, personalized advice to our clients, no matter the situation.
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To learn more about adult guardianships and whether they could be an option for your family, fill out our contact form or call 501-588-4451 or 866-311-3815 today to schedule a consultation with an attorney. From our office in Little Rock, we help clients with adult guardianship proceedings throughout Arkansas.