San Antonio Guardianship Lawyers
Sometimes family members and other loved ones reach a point where they can no longer make decisions on their own, whether due to age, illness or disability. As they require the assistance of another, guardianships provide family members the ability to make vital decisions and actions on their behalf.
San Antonio Temporary Guardianship Attorneys
At The Law Office of Ryan C. Moe, PLLC, we are committed to helping families throughout Texas provide adequate care and attention to aging relatives, as well as special needs individuals and children. Every family is different in its wishes and circumstances. We guide you, providing the information you need to make decisions and take the steps that are best for you and what you wish to accomplish.
We recommend that guardianship wishes be outlined long before they are needed in an estate plan and directives. Through the estate planning process, we assist our clients in making these decisions. If they are not prearranged, however, we are prepared to create the arrangements when needed.
Guardianships can be required for a wide range of individuals, including the elderly, disabled individuals, those who have been injured or incapacitated, children and special needs adults.
Our law firm also assists in temporary guardianship emergencies.
To arrange an initial consultation with a skilled guardianship lawyer, please call our office today at 210-614-6400.
San Antonio Guardianship Attorneys — Guardianship of a Special Needs Adult
When a child comes of age, he or she is legally responsible for decisions and actions. As a child with special needs transitions into this age, it is important that a guardian be appointed to guide the future of the individual. These guardianship agreements can be customized to the specific needs and functionality of the special needs adult and his or her family member.
Seeking this guardianship requires navigating an application process and presenting the guardian's case in court. We will stand beside you, helping you through this process to achieving the rights to provide care and guidance to the special needs individual.