Guardianships are one of those areas of family law that are often misunderstood. In our previous blog post, we discussed how establishing guardianships can help you to ensure that your children are cared for if you aren't able to care for them yourself. This is what is truly important in these cases -- that the person who needs to be cared for is taken care of.
We know that you might have some questions about how guardianships might come into the picture for your situation. Maybe you are in the military and need to set up your family care plan for deployments. Maybe you have a dangerous job and want to make sure that your children aren't handed over to the foster care system if something happens to you.
Learning about how you can use a guardianship to help protect your children is very important. Knowing how the law will apply to your case is crucial. When you are ready to find out more about a guardianship, you shouldn't try to rush the decision in a way that doesn't give you time to think about what you are doing. Instead, you need work quickly but give yourself the time you need to ensure you are making the right decisions for your child.
We understand that you might be a bit apprehensive about a guardianship. We are here to help answer your questions and learn more about this legal document and arrangement so that you can make an informed decision. Every case is different, so let us take a look into your situation and offer you a glimpse into what we think about it all.