What will happen when you are no longer able to care for yourself or your family? In order to ensure that you and your loved ones are watched after, it may be beneficial to establish a legal guardian. A legal guardian will be able to act on your behalf in the event that you become incapacitated and are no longer able to make decisions for yourself. If a legal guardian is not named in a legal document, a court will have the power to take away the incapacitated person’s rights and give those rights to a guardian chosen by the judge. If you have questions or concerns regarding guardianship, we encourage you to contact Patrick G. Hubbard about this very important decision.
Our firm offers outstanding representation to individuals facing numerous elder law concerns, and we stand ready to provide valuable information and resources to families throughout Texas. If you have recently been nominated to be a legal guardian, we can guide you throughout the legal process of completing the application for guardianship and ensure that all necessary documents are compiled to allow you a smooth transition into guardianship. If you are looking to establish a guardianship, Patrick Hubbard can also assist you in determining which type of guardianship is right for you. Currently, Texas recognizes two types of guardianship: guardianship of a person and guardianship of an estate.
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