When a child with a severe condition that prevents him or her from being able to make or communicate decisions regarding their safety, finances, or health becomes an adult, a guardianship or conservatorship may be appropriate. This would allow the guardian to make those decisions for the individual. Guardianships may also be appropriate for adults who, for various reasons, have become incapacitated and are no longer able to make decisions regarding their own welfare. Call our office today to discuss whether your case is appropriate for a guardianship or conservatorship. If we find that a guardianship is not appropriate, there may be alternatives that will work for the individual’s situation. We can help you decide which alternative is best for you and your loved ones.