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Guardianships

A guardianship is a legal proceeding where one individual is appointed by a court to exercise the legal rights and care for another individual, usually a minor child. A guardianship may be established when parents are unable to provide care for their child.

 

At the Aubry Law Firm, we help clients through the process of setting up a guardianship in California. 

 

Setting Up a Guardianship in California

 

When a guardianship is established, one individual has the legal responsibility to care for a child under the age of 18. A guardianship is typically established when the child’s parents are unable to provide care due to:

 

• Drug or alcohol abuse

• Serious illness

• Death

• Other reasons

 

Our law firm can help you determine what type of guardianship is most appropriate for your situation. A guardianship can be set up to protect an individual, an estate, or both.

 

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CONTACT US: 310.201.7906

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