Elder Law

Establishing A Guardianship When You Need It Most

With proper estate planning, you may not need a guardianship. But if you need access to a loved one’s financial assets in the case they are incapacitated, you need a guardianship attorney who can help you through the legal process of establishing one.

The Law Offices of Naiman & Naiman, P.A., understands that the legal process should be the least of your worries. We will walk you through the process of establishing a guardianship, to make it as worry-free as possible for your family.

Make The Best Decisions For Your Loved One

If your loved one has failed to assign powers of attorney, nobody can make the medical and financial decisions necessary when they are incapable of doing so. If you need to sell the house to pay for a care facility or need to pay bills on his or her behalf, you may be unable to do so. When you are just trying to provide the best care possible, these barriers can be difficult to overcome without a guardianship in place.

Our lawyers have helped people throughout Maryland find the solutions they need to care for their families. We take the stress of the legal process off your shoulders so you can focus on that care.

This Is A Difficult Time — We Can Help

Guardianships aren’t always easy. There may be disagreements among the family as to who should be the legal guardian. In such disputes, a Maryland judge will often assign a guardian, which may not be in the best interests of your loved one.

Our firm understands the challenges you and your family are facing. Contact us today to schedule a confidential consultation so we can walk you through the process and the options available to you. Call 410-504-1113 or fill out our contact form to get started.