Guardianship of a person" gives another person control over the personal, day-to-day, educational and medical decisions of a ward, while Guardianship of a persons "estate" provides the authority to control another person's financial decisions.
Some of those that benefit from having a Guardian include the elderly or disabled.
If you are the parent of a disabled child, reaching the age of 18 or have a senior or disabled loved one who requires assistance handling their affairs, our experienced Guardianship attorneys can guide you through this legal process.
Let our highly skilled Crystal Lake Guardianship attorneys assist you today.
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