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Guardians & Conservators

Navigate Oakland County Caretaker Laws with BRMM

When a loved one can no longer take complete care of themselves, it can be necessary for a guardian or conservator to look after their personal care and financial affairs. Guardians protect people, while conservators manage money and property. In most cases, these two will be appointed in the same proceeding, often with one person serving in both capacities. The team at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras helps clients to navigate these particular estate matters.

Call (248) 494-4577 now for a free consultation with Troy estate and probate attorneys.

Finding Caretakers You Can Trust

Guardianship and conservatorship court proceedings are by their nature, intrusive, and result in the legal recognition that a person can no longer make responsible decisions about their own health care, treatment, or financial matters. It is important to get the help of experienced Troy estate and probate attorneys.

Guardianship and conservatorship are used in connection with:

  • Elderly person whose dementia or medical condition makes independent decision making impossible
  • Accident victims
  • Developmentally disabled adults or minors who comes into a substantial amount of money in their own name.

The Right Kind of Experience

Our firm has decades of experience representing those who need assistance during these difficult times. BRMM’s familiarity with Michigan probate litigation and protective proceedings helps us advise and represent clients to make the right decisions.

We have experience helping clients with:

  • Petitions for guardianship and conservatorship
  • Defense of guardianship or conservatorship proceedings
  • Actions for removal or replacement of guardians or conservators
  • Injunctions or restraining orders to protect persons or property while guardianship or conservatorship is pending
  • Actions to limit or define the duties of a guardian or conservator
  • Motions for an accounting or periodic report
  • Actions to terminate or modify a guardianship or conservatorship

Michigan probate courts are becoming more and more concerned with the performance of guardians and conservators, especially in cases involving self-dealing, fraud, or other breaches of fiduciary duty. We investigate each of our clients’ cases to see whether any serious problems should be brought to the probate court’s attention.

Contact Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras now by dialing (248) 494-4577 or contacting us online.
 

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